On each of the forum's page, on the right side of the page, there is a part which determines that forum's top contributors. What is the rule?
Sometimes just with not many contributions, a member goes up and sometimes with many contributions this does not occur. I'm curious to know how this is calculated?
Thanks and regards,
Here is an explanation of the points system in E2E:
Bill Traynor E2E SysAdmin/DevOps
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In reply to William Traynor:
I have seen the page you sent.
With all due respect, it is not related to my question. I was aware of the explanation of levels and how to earn points. My question is about each forum top contributors.
How these people become recognized? I find it a bit unclear. How many contributions are needed and how this is computed? What is the time period of refreshing this graphical list? Weekly or monthly?
For example, National Instruments has a monthly announcement of each forum's top-ranked members. The recognization process is based on the times each member receives kudos and the time he/she can solve a problem. But TI has not a similar method of ranking. This could be very competitive and motivative.
My question is not about a member's total points but is about regularly ranking and TI's policy for this.
In reply to Hossein Forouzani:
Thank you for your reply.
William Traynor- there is no minimum number of contributions
Would you please explain this sentence a bit more? Do you mean that if other members were passive, the contributor with only one or two contributions could be the first one?
But the further matter is about regularly top-ranked members announcement, like e.g. National Instruments.
Does TI have such a similar program? I think this could be motivative for non-TI members.
Thank you Bill,
What about any regularly top-ranked member recognization program?
As I remember, TI had such a policy in the past.
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