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Ranking system

Postby steve sheffield » Fri Jan 30, 2009 9:23 pm

Is there any chance we can have some sort of ranking system where as we get a name or small graphic at the side of our posts relating to number of posts or interesting posts etc.
We could have pics of pickled onions, skeleton, brown bear, stem ginger jar, horse n cart, hercules the 2nd, the goldfish, tin bath, etc etc etc.
3 Handkerchiefs and a pair of Y fronts. Enoch's dreaming of a white christmas.
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Postby bob » Sat Jan 31, 2009 6:08 pm

Ohhh interesting question.

The forum does identify "Hot topics" and a different icon is used to display them. Perhaps they are too subtle and I will try to make them more obvious.

Yuo can add a poll to any subject you post. If you wanted you could ask people to score how "interesting" it is. The only problem with that approach is that it relies on everybody creating a poll each time they post a new topic.

I think more obvious icons is the way forward.

Thanks for your support

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Postby callous_little_bleeder » Sat Mar 13, 2010 6:19 am

Over a year since the original post was made but I'll throw in my tuppence.

While it's not really required to have user ranks, it can be fun to see that little title under one's avatar, and it does encourage healthy posting just as long as the system is not abused.

If such a thing was introduced then ranks could start at 'Skinners Arms patron' all the way up to 'Living room skeleton' for longtime prolific posters, or something along those lines.

Just thinking out loud. :)
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Postby bob » Sat Mar 13, 2010 6:53 pm

Not sure how to do it on the forum but if someone can point me in the right direction I will do my best
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Postby callous_little_bleeder » Sun Mar 14, 2010 9:05 am

Quite skilled in most 'forum' bits and pieces. php, ProB, vBulletin, etc.

PM me.
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