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May 16, 2018, 06:54:14 PM
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Hi, I am aware that a few people including myself don´t understand the post counting in Bitcointalk, that is, once in a while I will post five times in a day, but my post count only increases by let´s say three.

Why is that? Is it because I am posting fast or twice on the same thread or is there any explanation?

Notice that posts are NOT deleted nor spam nor moved, simply not counted.

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May 16, 2018, 06:55:44 PM
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You've previously posted in the Serious Discussion section, and any posts in that section, and it's child boards don't contribute towards post count. Other than that the thread is almost certainly being trashed. Your post count isn't being miscalculated.

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May 16, 2018, 07:38:28 PM
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You've previously posted in the Serious Discussion section, and any posts in that section, and it's child boards don't contribute towards post count. Other than that the thread is almost certainly being trashed. Your post count isn't being miscalculated.
Bitcoin Forum > Other > Serious discussion
Bitcoin Forum > Other > Serious discussion > Ivory Tower

These are the two boards, Welsh was explaining earlier.

1, 2, 3, 4 etc are some examples.  Smiley

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May 17, 2018, 08:45:35 AM
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Hi, I am aware that a few people including myself don´t understand the post counting in Bitcointalk, that is, once in a while I will post five times in a day, but my post count only increases by let´s say three.

Why is that? Is it because I am posting fast or twice on the same thread or is there any explanation?

Notice that posts are NOT deleted nor spam nor moved, simply not counted.

avoid posting in a thread that already have 1-50 pages cause its already considered a trash thread. it will not counted to your activity cause that thread will be deleted soon.
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May 17, 2018, 01:21:34 PM
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You've previously posted in the Serious Discussion section, and any posts in that section, and it's child boards don't contribute towards post count. Other than that the thread is almost certainly being trashed. Your post count isn't being miscalculated.
Bitcoin Forum > Other > Serious discussion
Bitcoin Forum > Other > Serious discussion > Ivory Tower

These are the two boards, Welsh was explaining earlier.

1, 2, 3, 4 etc are some examples.  Smiley

Ok, so posts on ANN threads, of which I am currently moderating and updating do not count. Ivory and Serious do not count. I am ok with that, in fact I am asking this out of curiosity because I do not care at all about my post count for practical purposes.

But, the "trash thread" thing is a bit more intriguing. How do I know for certain, apart for my own judgment, that a thread is considered trash.

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May 17, 2018, 02:02:04 PM
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Ok, so posts on ANN threads, of which I am currently moderating and updating do not count. Ivory and Serious do not count. I am ok with that, in fact I am asking this out of curiosity because I do not care at all about my post count for practical purposes.

But, the "trash thread" thing is a bit more intriguing. How do I know for certain, apart for my own judgment, that a thread is considered trash.
Posts in ANN threads do count if I am not mistaken.

And about judging a thread whether it is thrash or not,here are some outright examples of sort:

- Thread started in spam boards(bitcoin discussion,economics,speculation,trading discussion,and altcoin boards) and the thread is absolutely worthless with no legitimate ongoing or any discussions.
- Threads talking about <insert any crypto here> going to the moon or any stupid stuff.
- Threads being duplicates of the ones in the past and same posts being posted again.
- Threads being created by breaking any of the forum rules.
- Threads asking for illegal advice/things.
- Threads saying stuff like this , this, this, this etc. You'll start to get it once your posts starts to get thrashed.
P.S. your title is way too misleading.


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May 17, 2018, 02:40:09 PM
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Ok, so posts on ANN threads, of which I am currently moderating and updating do not count. Ivory and Serious do not count. I am ok with that, in fact I am asking this out of curiosity because I do not care at all about my post count for practical purposes.

But, the "trash thread" thing is a bit more intriguing. How do I know for certain, apart for my own judgment, that a thread is considered trash.
Posts in ANN threads do count if I am not mistaken.

And about judging a thread whether it is thrash or not,here are some outright examples of sort:

- Thread started in spam boards(bitcoin discussion,economics,speculation,trading discussion,and altcoin boards) and the thread is absolutely worthless with no legitimate ongoing or any discussions.
- Threads talking about <insert any crypto here> going to the moon or any stupid stuff.
- Threads being duplicates of the ones in the past and same posts being posted again.
- Threads being created by breaking any of the forum rules.
- Threads asking for illegal advice/things.
- Threads saying stuff like this , this, this, this etc. You'll start to get it once your posts starts to get thrashed.
P.S. your title is way too misleading.


Ok, so who decides that a thread is to be trashed? Forum moderators?



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May 17, 2018, 02:49:55 PM
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Ok, so who decides that a thread is to be trashed? Forum moderators?




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May 17, 2018, 03:05:06 PM
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Ok, so who decides that a thread is to be trashed? Forum moderators?




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May 17, 2018, 05:08:34 PM
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Lol now it's too much funny. hilariousandco one was cracking LOL

By the way since you have your answer, you may consider locking the post IMO. Just to make sure, if you don't know how to do that...
Scroll down a bit, on your left look for link and lock the topic.

Thanks in advance.

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