Thank you for redirecting me to the right section.
Originally Posted by Soundwave ♪
I think posts in "Say Hello" are not tracked.
My first couple of posts, even if I posted 3-5 by just saying "Hello there" and "Welcome. I'm new also.", were tracked. Then some 2-3 lines posts there weren't, then just a 6 word post was counted again and then nothing.
Originally Posted by 28daniel28
Are you sure that your count is decreasing or do you just guess your count is growning?
I'm not just guessing, because I stopped posting after a while and knew my post count then. Then it's like I said.
I actually tried to be as useful as I could and didn't act with just "raising my post count" in mind. And this was quite hard given that most general discussion topis are in german. Though I did understand bits and pieces and have thought of how to make myself useful and helpful.
Oh, my reaction to his "3 girls - 20 euro" thing. I was shocked and couldn't believe it. Sorry if I wasn't helpful, but my intention wasn't to just speak nonsense, I was truly curious regarding my question. I think what i asked was funny too (useful to laugh as much as possible everyday). I won't reproduce my question here again.
Sorry if I didn't realize how old of a post I was replying to.
Well, reacting and interacting with what others have said being considered "off-topic and not useful at all" ... I guess the same could be said about replying warmly to people who introduce themselves and say hi.
In a way I would understand my post count not mattering if I just said "Hi", "Hello there" and just 2-3 words and would have repeated them in the past ## posts, but I wouldn't understand why a post in which I genuinely liked something he said in his "hello world" post, I interacted with him and even wrote 3-4 lines of text, wouldn't count. It's not spam, it's not off-topic, it's not useless - it's interacting with people and it's unique content, thought thoroughly, not spam. I've noticed this happening just because, from my analysis, I interacted too much with people in that sub-forum section, in a set time-frame.
Is it my fault if I genuinely am hyperactive? a bit?
I guess you can tell that given how much I've written here :P
Anyway, have a good night guys