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This is a discussion on T100k within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; http://cboard.cprogramming.com/showthread.php?t=100000 How long will it be before thread number 100,000 makes it onto the board? Vote for a date range, ...

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    T100k

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    How long will it be before thread number 100,000 makes it onto the board?

    Vote for a date range, then reply with a more refined prediction if you want to.

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    Can we attempt to help our guesses come true by spamming the boards?

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    I'm thinking after July. Still have over 9000 to go.

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    We're not even close. I'd guess a bit more than 1000 threads a month, so I'm thinking January 28, 2008.

    BTW, I think I made post number 500000. Woot!

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    I'd have to say well into next year (2008). 20 threads per day and about 9500 to go means 475 days or about October of 2008. I'd have my 2D game done by then with 80% certainty.

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    Does this take into account queatrix's threads? Because if it does I'm going to say the middle of the summer.

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    > Salem's the most optimistic of us all.
    Nope, just the one that can't count all of a sudden

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    The first four choices are pretty much lame.
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    ... and... you almost clinched a "no" with that one.

    The first seven choices are pretty much lame because Salem mistakenly thought we were only 1000 threads from 100,000.

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    This first post of the first thread: http://cboard.cprogramming.com/brief-history-cprogramming-com/3-new-board.html#post3

    Why 3 of 3 rather than 1 of 1?

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    Doh, I missed and clicked the wrong box... I say at least September.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Queatrix View Post
    This first post of the first thread: http://cboard.cprogramming.com/showthread.php?p=3#post3

    Why 3 of 3 rather than 1 of 1?
    The first two were probably test threads by kermi and alex

    Also Jesus, almost none of those people post here anymore

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