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August 31, 2018, 09:28:08 PM
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Awesome stuff, It will help a lot to all of new member in this forum who are want to contribute something to this forum.

Honestly saying that I am slow learner but I want to learn something everyday just not because of earning merit and improve my rank but also my goal is to contribute something little to this forum.

As per my opinion Knowledge is the main key to enter into a new world full of treasure or what ever you want, so learning is the first step for me and that's why I am keep learning to contribute something into this forum.
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August 31, 2018, 10:50:04 PM
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Up to a certain degree... For example, on my local Spanish board, I consider it is not too dificult to get merited, but the expectancy there is to be merited by one person and one merit per merited post.
Today I wanted to incentivate my local board by publishing a list with the 22 people that had ranked-up at some point needing merits to do so, having been merited on the Spanish local board at some point.

I tried to see the positive side to it, being that people are ranking-up there. Nevertheless, the negative aspects are pretty clear too: 22 people is a measly figure. Of those, only 5 have received all their merit on the Spanish local board. The remaining 17 post on the regular English boards, and if you want to go above the Member rank, this board emigration process is nearly a must in order to do it at a decent pace (see the list on re:El tema de los meritos).

I respect your opinion. If someone is willing to put in the effort and learn to put out a well written posts in a second or third language more power to them. I myself have lost most of my ability to put together a coherent conversation in french and have resigned myself for now to just reading a bit. I just don't want people thinking "I can string together 6 words in English I should post everywhere now".

Unfortunately I feel the problem with your local, is regulation. We both know that a post worthy of it should be able to receive multiple meriters who can give what they feel it deserves. I admire the attempt to prevent Merit abuse(I'm assuming that is why there is the expectation). Perhaps you may want to consider urging the removal of that "expectation" and encourage responsible meriting practices, but in the end it's up to the members.

I haven't bothered looking into it in a while, as I stopped caring about others and their merits. I had observed a few members with a surprising mount of merit, most of which was earned in their local boards. At the time I remember thinking must be nice to have a source within such a small group(passing thought with no research) I realise though not all locals have this source. Believe me I understand wanting to achieve a higher rank, especially now it feels like an accomplishment, but I don't think people need to be concerned with a timeline per say. Like I tell most people rank is really only beneficial if you want to earn money in Signature Campaigns.

What I would encourage any user with the time, patience and Smerit is open a post review thread in your local board. Finding these posts could either help a member apply for Merit Source status, or distribute their own in a focused manner.


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September 01, 2018, 04:09:34 AM
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Good guide, thanks for sharing. I believe it will help new person joining the forum in getting merit and rank up. The more time and effort you give the more merit you will get. Try to help others will also reward you with merit.

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