Forum Nominations

  [DELETED] 14:36 17 Apr 2006

I dont know if this has been done before, but who is:

The most knowledgable in their area of expertise eg. Vog in Excel,

Most helpful in giving general advice eg. Vog, Stuartli, Forum Editor etc

Most active members (dont know, there are lots!)

  [DELETED] 14:54 17 Apr 2006

I think that would spark riots in the streets.

  [DELETED] 15:02 17 Apr 2006

Is this part of the current trend where everything of society has to be placed in league tables and provoke a competitive spirit amongst the membership?

For myself, I have no interest where I sit in any nominative league. I come on here and look around. If I can make what I consider a useful contribution, I make it and that's it as far as I'm concerned. I don't expect any laudation or bouquets.

  [DELETED] 15:02 17 Apr 2006

Speaking personally, I think that's a bad idea. I would be embarassed to be mentioned in that way, as I'm not here to score points. That's not why we offer help.

  [DELETED] 15:05 17 Apr 2006

I agree with €dstowe and ade.h, really not a very good idea.

  [DELETED] 15:14 17 Apr 2006

I couldn't care less....triple Meh!


  [DELETED] 15:17 17 Apr 2006

I've joined a couple of other forums lately, both of which were based on the same software (vBulletin I think) and the both had statistics for each user stating how many posts they had made, with rankings like "Frequent Contributor". It makes it look like a competition. Just not appropriate.

  Forum Editor 15:31 17 Apr 2006

We're not into elitism in any form whatsoever.

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Elsewhere on IDG sites

Microsoft Surface Book 2 15in review

Illustrator Amy Grimes on how setting up her own eco-brand led to success with clients too

MacBook Pro keyboard issues and other problems

Test : l’enceinte connectée HomePod d’Apple