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sunrise 02-03-2014 03:51 AM

Junior Member
 
Does anyone know what the "junior member" designation means?

derek 02-03-2014 04:50 AM

junior member
 
im glad youve asked that question because i was born in 1957 and am classed as a junior member. why????

Alethea 02-03-2014 06:45 AM

I think it has to do with how many times you've contributed to threads here in the forum.

stanstar 04-02-2014 05:39 AM

I seem to be a senior member although I don't know why. Maybe it's my age, I am 67.
Edit: I notice that pcuser is a senior member. Zenobia43 is a member. Some people are without title as well. It doesn't seem to be be anything to do with the date when we joined.
Stan

MicahFFX 04-02-2014 10:02 AM

Number of forum comments
 
Some forums have titles dependent on the number of responses a user has made. Thus people who rarely have anything to say stay a low "rank", no matter how long they've been around, and people who love chatting on the forum move up.

Laura 04-02-2014 10:08 AM

Junior vs Senior
 
It depends on how many times you've submitted posts in the forum. I can't remember how many you need to become a "junior" member and how many to advance to "senior." (I'm thinking I've read somewhere that 30 is one of the numbers.)

stanstar 04-02-2014 12:17 PM

I think you're right Laura
 
I am over a hundred now, that's how I am Senior. I am guessing if you have never posted a message on the forum you don't have any description. A junior member needs 1 post That's for certain. Once above 30 maybe you are Member and maybe over a hundred Senior. I cannot remember being elevated to Senior. I was too busy posting messages like this one.:p

Stan

I think Senior means blabbermouth.:D

Laura 04-02-2014 12:48 PM

Senior
 
Stan, you're probably right -- senior member and blabbermouth are the same thing. :D

stanstar 04-02-2014 02:19 PM

Yup, Laura, it is Puzzle Baron's polite description of a blabbermouth. member is a trainee blabbermouth and Junior Member is a little blether.(Scots for blabbermouth)

Stan


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