Originally Posted by recon 16
when people join and ask one question and then leave, or they hang around for a week and then just leave... it is not giving back to the community, i dont think we should implement something that you have to post like 20 times before you can start a thread, but when you look thru the members list like 90% of them have one post... does anybody agree?
I kinda have to agree with recon on this one. I think we need to impliment that because it will teach people to give and recieve from the community. If this place is supposed to be "professional" then we should make it a little realistic. The reason we have spammers is because they can make threads right away.
My reasons for agreeing are as follows:
A. It would stop thread spammers.
B. It would get people a bit used to the community and 70 percent of the time they will learn the answer to their question before they even ask it because 90 percent of the time it's the same question as the last guy.
C. It would develop a sese of a community.
D. We would be more well known if everyone stayed here for a while before leaving.
E. It would create less clutter.
A. Less people would be intrested in not being able to ask their question and leave.
Overall. I'm about 65 percent for this rule and the rest against it.
In the end: It doesn't really matter because nothing is going to happen about it.
P.S Recon I'm not trying to be mean but you should really calm down with all these threads. Sometimes I wonder if you have a bot spammer or something.