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November 02, 2015, 12:18:22 PM
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Hey guys, I've recently been wondering about something. Just last week, I could post, but not post again from the same IP for 6 minutes. Now, it's only 62 seconds, even though i'm still a newbie!

Was there a recent change I havent been notified of?
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November 02, 2015, 12:25:39 PM
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Hey guys, I've recently been wondering about something. Just last week, I could post, but not post again from the same IP for 6 minutes. Now, it's only 62 seconds, even though i'm still a newbie!

Was there a recent change I havent been notified of?

Well if your activity is less than 15 activity points,
Then you should wait 360 seconds or 6 minutes
But if your activity is larger than 15 (in your case 28) then you should wait (90 - activity) seconds.

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November 02, 2015, 12:33:22 PM
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Hey guys, I've recently been wondering about something. Just last week, I could post, but not post again from the same IP for 6 minutes. Now, it's only 62 seconds, even though i'm still a newbie!

Was there a recent change I havent been notified of?

Well if your activity is less than 15 activity points,
Then you should wait 360 seconds or 6 minutes
But if your activity is larger than 15 (in your case 28) then you should wait (90 - activity) seconds.
that seems like a pretty big jump doesnt it? from 360 to 62 in 2 activity periods. what happens if your activity goes over 90?
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November 02, 2015, 12:36:31 PM
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Hey guys, I've recently been wondering about something. Just last week, I could post, but not post again from the same IP for 6 minutes. Now, it's only 62 seconds, even though i'm still a newbie!

Was there a recent change I havent been notified of?

Well if your activity is less than 15 activity points,
Then you should wait 360 seconds or 6 minutes
But if your activity is larger than 15 (in your case 28) then you should wait (90 - activity) seconds.
that seems like a pretty big jump doesnt it? from 360 to 62 in 2 activity periods. what happens if your activity goes over 90?
What are the time limits on posting and the levels??
I know 360 seconds are for new people like me, but was wondering if there was break down somewhere on this.

Code:
waittime = 360;
if(activity >= 15)
        waittime = (int)(90 - activity);
if(activity >= 60)
        waittime=(int)(34.7586 - (0.0793103 * activity));
if(activity >= 100)
        waittime = max((int)(14-(activity/50)), 4);
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November 02, 2015, 12:40:22 PM
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Hey guys, I've recently been wondering about something. Just last week, I could post, but not post again from the same IP for 6 minutes. Now, it's only 62 seconds, even though i'm still a newbie!

Was there a recent change I havent been notified of?

Well if your activity is less than 15 activity points,
Then you should wait 360 seconds or 6 minutes
But if your activity is larger than 15 (in your case 28) then you should wait (90 - activity) seconds.
that seems like a pretty big jump doesnt it? from 360 to 62 in 2 activity periods. what happens if your activity goes over 90?

From an calculation that i just made when you have 700 activity points you wait 0 seconds.
This comes from this formula: if(activity >= 100) waittime = max((int)(14-(activity/50)), 4);
I think now you should not worry about the wait time Smiley

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November 02, 2015, 01:22:22 PM
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From an calculation that i just made when you have 700 activity points you wait 0 seconds.
This comes from this formula: if(activity >= 100) waittime = max((int)(14-(activity/50)), 4);
I think now you should not worry about the wait time Smiley

You will always have a limit of 4 seconds.

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November 02, 2015, 01:26:06 PM
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From an calculation that i just made when you have 700 activity points you wait 0 seconds.
This comes from this formula: if(activity >= 100) waittime = max((int)(14-(activity/50)), 4);
I think now you should not worry about the wait time Smiley

You will always have a limit of 4 seconds.

Correct, the maximum of 0 and 4 is 4.
Forgot to check the last part of formula while i calculated it.
First i was checking how long do legendary members needs to wait but seems that all of them have to wait 4 seconds.

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November 02, 2015, 02:20:49 PM
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From an calculation that i just made when you have 700 activity points you wait 0 seconds.
This comes from this formula: if(activity >= 100) waittime = max((int)(14-(activity/50)), 4);
I think now you should not worry about the wait time Smiley

You will always have a limit of 4 seconds.

Correct, the maximum of 0 and 4 is 4.
Forgot to check the last part of formula while i calculated it.
First i was checking how long do legendary members needs to wait but seems that all of them have to wait 4 seconds.
4 second limits probably are to avoid the posting bot. But for real case, the time we need to read a thread and its comments will take more than 4 seconds even a few minutes. It could be ignored.

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November 02, 2015, 03:10:23 PM
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4 second limits probably are to avoid the posting bot. But for real case, the time we need to read a thread and its comments will take more than 4 seconds even a few minutes. It could be ignored.

I doubt anyone who is hero or probably Legendary member,
would risk his account to make bot posting lots of spam,
4 seconds are enough normally, but if someone wants to spam this isn't enough.

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