...neither are you
Aowen wrote:Prettay much.
not really...i have almost 5k and i've been here for little under a year and a half...i'm pretty sure that i'm not respected by anyone here
,Post count here is irrelevant in regards to respect on the forums. If you want to be respected in the community, I suggest that you treat others on the forums the same as you wish to be treated. The number of posts next to your name means absolutely nothing more other than the number of postings you've made.,
what do u all think?
I help people half the time the other half is....
DrGadget wrote:High post count does not equal respect. The user I had the most respect for was Guenhwyvar1000. He was a legend over at the Ratchet boards. He only had about 3000 posts. I've never once seen him spam or flame anybody. Not once ever. His posts went into great detail, and always had the info you were looking for. I don't think I've seen a more respected user at the PSU. Sadly, he hasn't been here for over a year.Any chump can make 100 posts a night. Many of us have done that. And there are a lot of people who have made 10,000 posts in one year. OK, so what? It's a number. That doesn't earn you any respect. Quality posts and the willingness to help others earns respect. You have to have the knowledge and then be able to pass that knowledge on to others. Do that and you will be respected.
Agreed. I've seen many posters here with high post counts, yet the quality of their posts is less than stellar. I have also seen posters here with lower post counts, and their posts are always enjoyable to read. So more post count only means more posts, and has nothing to do with the quality of those posts.
Lt. Claybon wrote:More Post Count= More PostsThat's about all it means. You'd have to look into the quality of the particular posts before you could determine anything by looking at them.