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Guys,

as the end of the year closes in you're might interested in some figures. Below you'll find the top ten of people who have a lot to say in this forum:

Name - Number of posts since start

Philippe Hurbain - 1253
Tim Gould - 1109
Orion Pobursky - 1040
Michael Heidemann - 1036
Roland Melkert - 1003
Willy Tschager - 936
Steffen - 872
Travis Cobbs - 789
Chris Dee - 640
Michael Horvath - 402

w.

PS. From a personel point of view I'd like to ask Roland to keep quiet for a while - otherwise he'll get totally out of reach.
But, did you post this just to pad your own number? (For that matter, did I?)
D***, I didn't think it was so obvious!
Always amazed to be so chatty...
What was your day job, Mr. Hurbain?
What _is_ my dayjob? Electronics engineer. But business is very low, explaining some free time Wink
I'd just like to point out that I am posting here to pad my numbers...
I never been called a trouble maker before Smile

I did notice passing the 1000 mark this week though, as I never had that happen on any forum.

Bit disappointing though nothing happened no balloons or confetti, not even bouncing playing cards....

ah well onward to 2000 Smile
kchchchch Big Grin

this thread should be linked to the part author statistics, so I post that link here:
http://forums.ldraw.org/showthread.php?t...77#pid2177

usually I update that statistics after each new parts update, just being curious.

and of course, each part authoring is appreciated, even if you only create 1.
this is not a race Smile
Smile
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