Clasification in C++ Forum

This is a discussion on Clasification in C++ Forum within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Does any one have any idea how people are clasified as Junior members, Senior Members etc, here ? Is it ...

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    Clasification in C++ Forum

    Does any one have any idea how people are clasified as Junior members, Senior Members etc, here ? Is it the number of days they are a member or the number of posts a user put here.. Or something else..........

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    Its done by the number of posts.
    (I'm really only answering your question to build up my own post count. . .)

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    Yes, it depends on the number of posts. I think it's something like:
    < 30 posts is a junior member
    < 100 posts is a member
    > 100 posts is a senior member
    > 300 posts and the user may change it to whatever he wants


    >(I'm really only answering your question to build up my own post count. . .)

    me too

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    its the number of posts you have....me too

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    Ok then i am also on the band wagon as u guys are.. But another diubt.. How are moderators choosen.

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    There's a thread about that somewhere on this board

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    Shouldn't this thread be on the general discussions board?

    (I believe moderators are chosen by election.)
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    Yeah it probably should

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