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    When do I stop being a

    I posted a ISO in the free offers and donations for some scraps (batting) and I guess I'm not allowed to post there because I'm a new user...well I've posted now 91 posts and have participated in a ton of topics including an upcoming contest...so when do I stop being a "New User" and become an official member?

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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    I think you have to do so many posts in a week

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    I think it is two weeks of being active on here.

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    "a regular here" -- at least 20 posts during the two weeks up to date (assigned/removed automatically); does not include posts in the Classifieds section; updated daily at 5:30 AM eastern time

    note the 2 weeks...all posts are registered in just the 2 week period. I loose my stat all the time

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    After 90 days you should become a regular if you keep to 20 posts in each two week period.

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    You have to be a member here 90 days to sell items or ask for donations- it is all explained in the rules :

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-30553-1.htm

    classified rules :

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-651-1.htm

    rules of the donation area :

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-82858-1.htm

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    From the "Main" topic:

    User Titles

    User titles associated with accounts have the following structure:

    "new user" -- first two weeks after the registration.

    "a regular here" -- at least 20 posts during the two weeks up to date (assigned/removed automatically); does not include posts in the Classifieds section; updated daily at 5:30 AM eastern time.

    "community benefactor" -- outlined here(link on original page).

    "top poster" -- a user with the highest number of posts.

    "moderator" -- users who help moderate the board.


    User accounts registered over two weeks ago (on any given day) but with less than 20 posts in the previous two weeks don't have any title associated with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    After 90 days you should become a regular if you keep to 20 posts in each two week period.

    I stand corrected. I did not look and yes, it is ninety days.

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    I think it may be 20 post a week.

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    yep you gotta work at the regular user bit. Doesn't take much tho when you admire the quilts that have been posted here.

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    Super Member starshine's Avatar
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    And once your are a "regular here" if you are off the board for awhile or don't have the 20 posts in the 2 weeks, you lose the regular until you have again posted the 20 posts.

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    you are new---you've only been signed up less than a week-
    it takes some time to establish yourself as someone who will (be around)
    you need to visit every day- and post here and there- you can not just post 100 times in one day and become a 'veteran'
    after you have been here- actively for a couple weeks you will become a (regular here)
    if you read through the 'rules' of the board all of this is explained- and tells you exactly what you can and can not do pertaining to YOU

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