member vernacular

Discussion in 'Questions, Problems, & Feedback' started by thorborg, Mar 21, 2013.

  1. thorborg

    thorborg
    portland oregon
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    In an effort to self teach this old dog new tricks I constantantly struggle with computer vernacular. Some avaliable through constant serching the forum. For instants I think I've finally figgured out what an avatar is (maybe).
    Recently I've noticed the member title block appears discrepant. Though I'm sure there is a logical explaination, I can't seem to find it.
    What I've noticed;
    a senior member who has a join date of Feb 2012,
    a member who has a join date of Feb 2012,
    a junior member who has a join date of September 2011.
    what is the importance of this member description, how is it calculated or criteria.
    At first blush, I assumed a senior member has been on the forum longer than a junior member but this does not chronologically compute, so at present (to me) has no value or usefulness.
    Thank you for any insight
    Thor
     
  2. nwo

    nwo
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    I believe it has to to with post count, rather than time served.
     
  3. jordanka16

    jordanka16
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    Yes, it's just post count.
     
  4. thorborg

    thorborg
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    Rather redundant but it is what it is.
    Thanks for the education
     

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