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    Hi

    What does it all mean?

    Junior member
    Member
    Senior member

    Mike
    welshlandscaper

  • #2
    Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

    It means some of us spend too much of our lives on the computer and some of us don't! In other words, it's related to how many posts on the forum you make.
    John

    "A hundredth of a second here, a hundredth of a second there � even if you put them end to end, they still only add up to one, two, perhaps three seconds, snatched from eternity." ~ Robert Doisneau

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    • #3
      Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

      Yes indeed .. number of posts and not just being an Old "F**t" like some of us (Yes John I mean people like us)

      Regards
      Andy
      My Kit (OK I'm a hoarder...)
      4/3 E500, E510, E30 + 35macro, 50macro, 7-14, 11-22, 14-45 (x2), 14-54, 40-150 (both types), 50-200, 70-300, 50-500,
      m 4/3 EM1MkII + 60 macro, 12-100 Pro
      FL20, FL36 x2 , FL50, cactus slaves etc.
      The Boss (Mrs Shenstone) E620, EM10-II, 14-41Ez, 40-150R, 9 cap and whatever she can nick from me when she wants it

      My places
      http://www.shenstone.me.uk
      http://landroverkaty.blogspot.com/
      https://vimeo.com/shenstone
      http://cardiffnaturalists.org.uk/

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      • #4
        Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

        Originally posted by shenstone View Post
        (Yes John I mean people like us)

        Regards
        Andy
        Hi Andy,

        I don't disagree, in fact my wife often describes me thus.
        John

        "A hundredth of a second here, a hundredth of a second there � even if you put them end to end, they still only add up to one, two, perhaps three seconds, snatched from eternity." ~ Robert Doisneau

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        • #5
          Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

          It goes something like this................... 1-20 posts = junior member. 21-100 posts = member. 101 + = senior member. As you can see though being a senior member does not mean they give you the answer you were looking for (ref. Last 2 posts)
          Regards James.

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          • #6
            Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

            Originally posted by E-3 View Post
            It goes something like this................... 1-20 posts = junior member. 21-100 posts = member. 101 + = senior member. As you can see though being a senior member does not mean they give you the answer you were looking for (ref. Last 2 posts)
            Bob


            To see what is in front of one's nose requires constant struggle.
            GEORGE ORWELL

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            • #7
              Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

              Originally posted by BobS View Post
              So what then is a 'veteran' member? I'm sure I've seen one with a post
              You should have gone to spec savers!
              Regards James.

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              • #8
                Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

                Really it's just a hangover from the fact that the software that runs this board is a generic product, used by lots of boards all with differring requirements.

                Some boards are more hierarchic and give kudos/power/respect to those that waste a lot of time posting.

                Here we should base our judgements on the quality of the posters photographs, their general attitude on the board and the usefulness of the comments.

                Ian could quite possibly spend many happy days tinkering with all the code/features so that only the most useful features, for this group, appear. He could then have the pleasure of repeating that exercise every time the software is upgraded.

                Or we could ignore these labels and just enjoy the group. The labels are meaningless (other than for the hampers of Olympus goodies all Senior Members get on Christmas and their birthdays - thanks Ian).

                Nick
                Nick Temple-Fry

                Medicine as a science ranks somewhere between archaeology and economics.

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                • #9
                  Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

                  Originally posted by E-3 View Post
                  You should have gone to spec savers!
                  Ha, ha! Someone watches too much tele.

                  It's the member with the moniker 'SHAW' described as a veteran in the Members List. (And I would never go to Specsavers)
                  Bob


                  To see what is in front of one's nose requires constant struggle.
                  GEORGE ORWELL

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                  • #10
                    Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

                    Originally posted by BobS View Post
                    Ha, ha! Someone watches too much tele.

                    It's the member with the moniker 'SHAW' described as a veteran in the Members List. (And I would never go to Specsavers)
                    Hi BobS
                    Thanks for noticing that. I did not know that I was a veteran member until just now. It must have been a slip of my veteran fingers on the keyboard at some time. I think I will change it to 'senior' and visit Specsavers for an eye test
                    Thanks again.
                    Stewart

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                    • #11
                      Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

                      ... and you can always edit your title



                      Pete
                      Look, I'm an old man. I shouldn't be expected to put up with this.


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                      • #12
                        Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

                        You can edit it to be anything you want

                        I could become a "young and hansome member" , but then those who've met me would start posting pictures to refute it

                        regards
                        Andy
                        My Kit (OK I'm a hoarder...)
                        4/3 E500, E510, E30 + 35macro, 50macro, 7-14, 11-22, 14-45 (x2), 14-54, 40-150 (both types), 50-200, 70-300, 50-500,
                        m 4/3 EM1MkII + 60 macro, 12-100 Pro
                        FL20, FL36 x2 , FL50, cactus slaves etc.
                        The Boss (Mrs Shenstone) E620, EM10-II, 14-41Ez, 40-150R, 9 cap and whatever she can nick from me when she wants it

                        My places
                        http://www.shenstone.me.uk
                        http://landroverkaty.blogspot.com/
                        https://vimeo.com/shenstone
                        http://cardiffnaturalists.org.uk/

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                        • #13
                          Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

                          Originally posted by shenstone View Post
                          You can edit it to be anything you want

                          I could become a "young and hansome member" , but then those who've met me would start posting pictures to refute it

                          regards
                          Andy
                          That reads as a "young and cabbie member" (if you omitted the 'e' on hansome. Is that what you really are. Bet you could take some very interesting shots of goings on in the back of the cab.
                          Bob


                          To see what is in front of one's nose requires constant struggle.
                          GEORGE ORWELL

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                          • #14
                            Re: Junior Member, Member, Senior

                            Originally posted by Shaw View Post
                            Hi BobS
                            Thanks for noticing that. I did not know that I was a veteran member until just now. It must have been a slip of my veteran fingers on the keyboard at some time. I think I will change it to 'senior' and visit Specsavers for an eye test
                            Thanks again.
                            I think most of us are veterans, anyway, judging by the "grumpy old men" posts.

                            to all the veterans.
                            Last edited by BobS; 7th August 2010, 09:17 PM. Reason: Changed word
                            Bob


                            To see what is in front of one's nose requires constant struggle.
                            GEORGE ORWELL

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