Member Accounts with Zero Posts

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Removing Members that have Zero Posts is a bad idea!
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Removing Members that have Zero Posts is a good idea!
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Chris posted this 31 May 2018

Hey Team,

I am toying with the idea of cleaning up Member Accounts with Zero Posts. Delete them.

I think there are some sign-ups that are not genuine.

Please let me know if you think this is a bad idea!

   Chris

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Marathonman posted this 31 May 2018

wink

MM

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Zanzal posted this 31 May 2018

0 posts + no recent login => delete

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Vidura posted this 31 May 2018

I think it's a good idea, when zero post and zero comments, will be good for the forum to have less but active and compromised members.

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Enjoykin2118 posted this 31 May 2018

NO POSTS NO FURTHER INFO.

Chris also restric fake accounts reading posts of all active members without registering.

Worth same for downloading.

Who want to participate it must give some constructive ideas and projects.

Better is having 10 forum members than 10 000 faked accounts who steal the ideas and research.work.

We need here research friendly "atmopshere" and constructive dialogs , nothing more nothing less. !!

Best regards

Enjoykin

 

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Jagau posted this 31 May 2018

After a while say 12 months or less yes to delete them

to leave a chance to get involved

Jack

Chris posted this 31 May 2018

Hey Guys,

Thanks for the ideas.

I agree, I think we delete, have a clean out. I will run a backup, delete then in 12 months time we do it again.

   Chris

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Chris posted this 31 May 2018

Hey Guys,

An interesting result, 85 Members from 509, many Member sign-ups were sitting at zero posts.

   Chris

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Hopeful1 posted this 01 June 2018

Hello Chris

I agree it's no good having hundreds of non participating members, but people like me whodon't know a lot about this subject need to read a lot and endeavor to learn from the ones who do. I have posted only a couple of times and may seem to be non participating, but by being able to read others posts I have learned a lot. So there are two sides to this and I suspect there are others "in my boat".

Regards

Tony 

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Chris posted this 01 June 2018

Hey Tony,

Agreed! I value all here! I really want all who want to read to participate, after all thats how we learn best!

Guest's, non Members can read most threads, so if people want to just read, then reading as a Guest is ok with me. But we want active participants to have active accounts.

Members get so much more benefits, help from others, access to few threads guests do not and best of all, be part of the best community on the web!

Thanks Tony and all others letting me know your opinion!

   Chris 

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