General Cycling Discussion - membership status
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I'm just curious, what is the difference between the membership classifications and how does a person go from Junior to Senior member?
03-13-00, 06:42 PM
tonyr, it takes 11 posts to become a "senior member". "junior members" are members with 10 posts or less. http://www.bikeforums.com/ubb/cool.gif
This is my 15th post, but im still a junior member!
07-09-00, 05:57 PM
The forum is now setup that:
Newbies are people with 1 to 4 posts, they also recive one star under there name.
Junior Members have 5 - 24 posts, and get two stars
Members have 25 - 49 posts, and get three stars
Senior Members have 50 - 99 posts, and get four stars
Expert Members have 100 or more posts, and get a full 5 stars.
This may change again in the future to make it more bike related, maybe Novice, Amature and Pro? I dont know, if you have any good ideas for member status, post a note, or email me. :)
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