There was a thread for that.
But what if I genuinely am a Party Magnet?
I do see this crowd being particularly clever with this option, however. I think to minimise the headache of constantly needing to patrol it, folks should only be able to change it once a month or so. (Even then, that’s a lot of potential new ones.) And limit it to people who already meet certain criteria, like Regulars or whatever.
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If you don’t talk with your kids about flair,…
… who will?
You guys make my heart have happy.
I’m fairly “regular” what are the perimeters of “Regular” status?
Here’s all about Discourse trust levels. For
Regular, scroll to level three.
Wow…I would need to stop working to get at the “regular” level…lolol!
Hmm. The regulars posting in here might feel differently…
I keep my status set to “regular” mostly so I still know if I have it or not.
This is true, you have to visit reasonably often, but I think weekends are probably within that reason. I think what gets people is keeping up with the new topics. You have to read a certain percent of posts and also a certain percent of new topics. I don’t know how I still have regular status (assuming I still do) because I don’t (think) I discover all that many of the new topics. I spot whole sections I’ve forgotten to look in for weeks full of stuff I don’t know about, but here I am.
<edit>Huh, still regular.</edit>
Geez, I thought achieving Regular status was already hard enough; you want more?
As long as nobody gets to run around with “Community Manager + Raisin Snail” next to their name, I’m satisfied with the status quo.
HEY!!! Lesley’s the Raisin Snail around here!
Why do I feel like I’m one of the honorary body guards here?
Hot dang!!! I am a veteran of that conflict! I want a Raisin Snail Badge!
The inevitable jokes aside, anyone know if there’s any way to know how long someone has been regular? I mean, there’s obviously a timer or three for each account that monitors visit frequency, how many new topics are read in a given period, etc., so I’m wondering if any of them are exposed to the account owner?
Not that I’m aware of. We can see when someone was granted the status (month and day if in the same calendar year, month and year if in a previous year) here, but that’s about it as far as I can tell.
Aha, forgot about that. Thanks.