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October 25, 2014, 06:16:03 PM
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Seniority in this forum seems quite important. I finally become a Sr. Member. I just want to know how many activity points I have not yet collected and can be collected quickly.
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October 25, 2014, 06:21:44 PM
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I think you can calculate it by date registered but one needs some serious maths skills for that and
i don't think there's any script build for that. But they can add something like that in new forum version.
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October 25, 2014, 06:23:07 PM
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What?

Anyway - you collect activity by posting within the activity periods. The activity periods occur every two weeks. You're unable to collect any you 'lost'. To see how much you lost, you'd have to know if you registered before/after activity started (Before, in your case, I'm pretty sure), how many posts you had at that time, and how many posts you had during activity.

I think you can calculate it by date registered but one needs some serious maths skills for that and
i don't think there's any script for that. But they can add something like that in new forum version.

No, you need more than the date you registered.
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October 25, 2014, 06:25:11 PM
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No, it cant be calculated unless you are sure you posted in every 14 day period. AFAIK there is also no place to check your "time" value. Just keep on posting.

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October 25, 2014, 06:28:58 PM
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It is possible but you must do it manually. I would suggest that you write down (or make a spreadsheet) of all of the "activity" periods since you have joined (when they started/ended). Then go through your post history to check as to how many activity periods you posted in. You then multiple that number times 14 and you have your answer
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October 25, 2014, 06:30:46 PM
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It is possible but you must do it manually. I would suggest that you write down (or make a spreadsheet) of all of the "activity" periods since you have joined (when they started/ended). Then go through your post history to check as to how many activity periods you posted in. You then multiple that number times 14 and you have your answer

That's exactly what i meant above but some said we need more than that.
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October 25, 2014, 06:34:38 PM
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It is possible but you must do it manually. I would suggest that you write down (or make a spreadsheet) of all of the "activity" periods since you have joined (when they started/ended). Then go through your post history to check as to how many activity periods you posted in. You then multiple that number times 14 and you have your answer

That's exactly what i meant above but some said we need more than that.

Because, you also have to factor in the default number of activity that you missed. (A.K.A, the amount that you missed no matter what.) Not to mention, they registered in 2011 which would make it only harder. Activity came in at around the end of 2012, beginning of 2013, or something like that. You'd have to see what the activity would be in the old system, in which posts calculated your rank. (If I remember correctly.)
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October 25, 2014, 06:42:58 PM
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It is possible but you must do it manually. I would suggest that you write down (or make a spreadsheet) of all of the "activity" periods since you have joined (when they started/ended). Then go through your post history to check as to how many activity periods you posted in. You then multiple that number times 14 and you have your answer

That's exactly what i meant above but some said we need more than that.

Because, you also have to factor in the default number of activity that you missed. (A.K.A, the amount that you missed no matter what.) Not to mention, they registered in 2011 which would make it only harder. Activity came in at around the end of 2012, beginning of 2013, or something like that. You'd have to see what the activity would be in the old system, in which posts calculated your rank. (If I remember correctly.)
I believe that when the activity system was implemented, none of the "old" activity was transferred to the "new" system, as a result some people's ranks changed either up or down based on what activity level they have with the new system of getting up to 14 activity points every two weeks they post

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October 25, 2014, 06:47:17 PM
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It seems a bit cumbersome to me. I guess I just keep posting.
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October 25, 2014, 11:00:08 PM
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Can membership level drop due to inactivity?

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October 25, 2014, 11:12:03 PM
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Can membership level drop due to inactivity?

No. You just lose activity due to inactivity, so you could miss out on being upgraded faster.

It is possible but you must do it manually. I would suggest that you write down (or make a spreadsheet) of all of the "activity" periods since you have joined (when they started/ended). Then go through your post history to check as to how many activity periods you posted in. You then multiple that number times 14 and you have your answer

That's exactly what i meant above but some said we need more than that.

Because, you also have to factor in the default number of activity that you missed. (A.K.A, the amount that you missed no matter what.) Not to mention, they registered in 2011 which would make it only harder. Activity came in at around the end of 2012, beginning of 2013, or something like that. You'd have to see what the activity would be in the old system, in which posts calculated your rank. (If I remember correctly.)
I believe that when the activity system was implemented, none of the "old" activity was transferred to the "new" system, as a result some people's ranks changed either up or down based on what activity level they have with the new system of getting up to 14 activity points every two weeks they post

Technically, everyone misses a small portion of activity. It's not exactly fixed at two weeks. This thread tells you more on it:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=582736.0

It's really no big deal since the loss of 14 activity will most likely occur in what, the digital-coffin known as Crypto Haven?
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Also, OP, the thread gives you a simple formula to see your activity that way... Brrrrg.
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October 26, 2014, 06:54:13 AM
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Can membership level drop due to inactivity?

No. You just lose activity due to inactivity, so you could miss out on being upgraded faster.

You don't lose activity if you are inactive, but if you don't post in any given 14-day period then it isn't added to the "time" value of the activity equation.

The activity number is determined in this way:
time = number of two-week periods in which you've posted since your registration
activity = min(time * 14, posts)

Activity is updated every hour.

This thread has more information on the specifics of activity calculation and forum rank requirements: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178608.0

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October 26, 2014, 10:59:12 AM
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Seniority in this forum seems quite important. I finally become a Sr. Member. I just want to know how many activity points I have not yet collected and can be collected quickly.

If all you are interested in is collecting those activity points quickly, keep posting regularly until your number of posts exceeds your activity (of course, activity refreshes after half an hour and you will have to wait till it refreshes).
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