It seems as if the posting score is no longer functioning. Is that actually the case?
FredGarvin said:Why does the number of posts you have seem to matter to so many people?
I do not understand why posts in politics count.TheStatutoryApe said:I hadn't even realized at first that my post count wasn't going up when I was here until after I read Evo explaining it somewhere. It was just recently that I realized post counts do go up in the Politics forum.
While it's often a bunch of bickering the subject matter is usually more serious than here in GD.Evo said:I do not understand why posts in politics count.
It gives you a rough idea of how involved a person is in the forum.yomamma said:what's the purpouse of post count?
In a previous version of PF, there were little titles under people's member names that also reflected certain "levels" of post counts. I guess people considered it a badge of honor or something.yomamma said:what's the purpouse of post count?
I do not understand why posts in Philosophy aren't subtracted from the total count.Evo said:I do not understand why posts in politics count.
Cheers for the answer. That makes sensematthyaouw said:Posts in General Discussion aren't added to your postcount.
I've got more than you loo-hooo-sor!brewnog said:I've got more than yoo-hoo! Ner ne ner ne nerr nerr! :tongue2:
or how spammy they are. *cough*yourdadonapogostick*cough*TheStatutoryApe said:It gives you a rough idea of how involved a person is in the forum.
:rofl: :rofl:zoobyshoe said:I do not understand why posts in Philosophy aren't subtracted from the total count.