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CP/M User
May 21st, 2003, 08:29 PM
Oh well, well done to myself for reaching this feat within a month! :-)

Erik
May 21st, 2003, 08:57 PM
As long as your posts are on-topic, why not ramble on?

Erik

CP/M User
May 21st, 2003, 11:18 PM
"Erik" wrote in message:

> As long as your posts are on-topic, why not ramble on?

True!

I Just thought that maybe some of them are pushing
in terms of on-topicness! :-)

Maybe the next goal would be to reach a 1000, however
I was just looking at the number of posts I make on
average since I've first joined & see next to that is some
percentage thing (reading a bit above 30%) which
gets higher on the more posts. Does that mean it runs
out once it reaches 100%?

Cheers.

Peet42
June 30th, 2003, 12:20 AM
From experience on some other boards, I think that once you hit the 100% mark every subsequent post deletes its own "weight" in older posts, starting from your oldest post. It makes old threads look *really odd*... :lol:

Now *there's* something to look forward to. :wink:

CP/M User
June 30th, 2003, 01:07 AM
"Peet42" wrote in message:

> From experience on some other boards, I think
> that once you hit the 100% mark every
> subsequent post deletes its own "weight" in
> older posts, starting from your oldest post. It
> makes old threads look *really odd*... lol

> Now *there's* something to look forward to. ;)

Heh! Back when I started this, naturally it was
equal to 100 postings! Just goes to show that
once you've hit 100 you can really take off! :-)

So I guess the next big mark will be 1000.

Cheers.

CP/M User
November 25th, 2005, 11:49 PM
"CP/M User" wrote:

> So I guess the next big mark will be 1000.

Whoa, I'm 351 passed that! ;-)

Yeah yeah, quit the rambing - I hear ya! ;-)

CP/M User.

Terry Yager
November 26th, 2005, 02:58 AM
At one time, you were the number 1 poster here, but last time I checked, you'd been bumped to third place.

--T

CP/M User
November 26th, 2005, 03:13 AM
"Terry Yager" wrote:

> At one time, you were the number 1 poster here, but last time I
> checked, you'd been bumped to third place.

1 Terry Yager 30 Apr 2003 2330
2 CP/M User Melbourne, Australia 01 May 2003 1351
3 Erik San Jose, CA 26 Apr 2003 1014
4 carlsson Västerås, Sweden 29 Jul 2003 967

Almost, Erik's just waiting for the right moment & Carlsson well.............

CP/M User.

carlsson
November 26th, 2005, 09:49 AM
In order to post 400 somewhat on-topic messages while you post none, I believe you have to be locked up somewhere. Actually, if I remember correctly you took a fairly long break before, maybe enough to let Terry go past and by far.

Terry Yager
November 26th, 2005, 10:10 AM
In order to post 400 somewhat on-topic messages while you post none, I believe you have to be locked up somewhere. Actually, if I remember correctly you took a fairly long break before, maybe enough to let Terry go past and by far.

Yah, CP/M U disappeared for a few months last year.

--T

CP/M User
November 26th, 2005, 12:22 PM
"carlsson" wrote:
> In order to post 400 somewhat on-topic messages while you post none,
> I believe you have to be locked up somewhere. Actually, if I remember
> correctly you took a fairly long break before, maybe enough to let
> Terry go past and by far.

"Terry Yager" wrote:

> Yah, CP/M U disappeared for a few months last year.

Yeah, I was kinda locked up - not in Jail though. I was in somebody's elses forum for a while posting heaps there & then their site froze up & they haven't been back. We talked heaps of stuff in general (which I brought here with telly, music, films etc). Unfortately, I simply got bogged down at their forum & couldn't visit here as much.

Course I haven't been posting at the CPCZone forum for a little while - but I keep check on any posts which maybe post worthy! ;-)

People at school think I'm a fast typer - but I try & tell them it's easier to type something from a piece of paper than answerning through thought (I'm a slow thinker though).

CP/M User.