After noticing this thread, I was thinking it might be kind of nice to have a minimum post count (something low, like 10-15 posts), just to keep the guys like that out. Admittedly, I do like SRT10's, but that guy's a car salesman (note the offer for a short-term warranty), and I kind of take issue with the people that post for-sale cars here, with no other posts. I understand that there are guys who are 'big' in the Challenger or 300 forums, or where ever, but filtering it so only people who've contributed to the Community here, even if a little, seems like a good idea by my book.
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Seems like a good idea to me, too.
I agree, keeps some of the spammers out
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So, do none of the Admins like this idea? :(
very good idea. should help some.
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How about a minimum post count AND a minimum reputation level? I've seen a few new members make 5 or 6 posts, just random "looks good, keep up the good work" type of posts, then start nailing the for sale section with stuff they want to unload, only to not answer posts and just dissapear. (not just on this forum, but others as well)
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