Only Another 6 Members for the Quarter Million!

  Taff™ 18:42 31 Oct 07
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I suspect there`s a "force" behind this because the number of subscribers has leapt by more than a few hundred or so today - call me cynicalTaff™.

  €dstowe 18:53 31 Oct 07

The figure is of academic interest/importance only.

How many of that quarter million are active members?

How many have been here once with a specific problem and never returned?

How many are "lurkers" and never made their presence known?

  rdave13 18:58 31 Oct 07

Still, on a serious note, for a change, it really shows how popular this site is and how helpful forum members try to be. Good for you PCA.

  Stuartli 19:00 31 Oct 07

Should really be ..."only another seven members...."

At least one has posted a series of advertising links.

  rdave13 19:02 31 Oct 07

Quite. Shows how popular this site is if it's worth spamming..:)

  Taff™ 19:03 31 Oct 07

I know what you`re saying! You and I have been around for some time but "a landmark is a landmark" (Anon)

Hopefully though these members, active or not, benefit from this Forum. I certainly have!

Bet there`s a comment in the January PCA Magazine due out next week. (This thread will be locked very shortly!)

  Taff™ 19:07 31 Oct 07

If anyone registers cynicalTaff™ as the 250,000 memeber I`m leaving!

"I`ll get my coat"

Hi All!

  Rigga 19:29 31 Oct 07

Any bets for the date of the 300,000 member.

R.

  Forum Editor 00:39 01 Nov 07

we're currently seeing very high numbers - mainly from mainland China and some parts of the EU.

Of course not all the registered members are actively posting, or even regularly visiting the site, but we've never claimed that, anyway. The 'Total users' figure you see is the number of all registrations since the forum began, and even allowing for those who don't login regularly it's a pretty respectable total - there aren't that many online forums that even come close.

  laurie53 07:39 01 Nov 07

So is the next milestone half a million threads, or two million posts?

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