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Funniest thing is that first 5-6 posts got zillion Bravos like they resolved cold fusion mystery.
Top contributor post for a month should be locked after announcement...
I agree completely .. after doing a bit of research
That is a strategy used to raise your bravo count ...just post on the TC thread .
The average range for the vast majority of bravo counts is between .75 and 1.75 bravos per post .
Locking it means no one could comment so why even have the announcement then? There is no longer a shout out to the actual top contributors. No longer a bravo leaderboard to follow along or easily track ones progress or hold members accountable. Its only real purpose would then be to help confirm my statistics
The way things are going the announcement thread may be the only place we can have a discussion or at least a puritanically cleansed one. Or it could just be moved to the lounge before the end of the month