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kurtbarker
13 Apr 2006, 14:56
Hey guyz, i've been browsing this site for a while and have noticed that coders have different user titles... Things like "Advanced Coder" "Master Coder" and even just "Coder"...

Does vBulletin.org have a list of all the coders on the forum grouped by their usertitle, from most advanced to least...

Does what i'm saying exist? Coz I would love to be able to look straight at all the master coders and go through their hacks, then play "guess which hack works" lol

If this isn't available, then would it be hard to implement, and would this be something you guyz would look at?

Delphiprogrammi
13 Apr 2006, 15:21
that depends on the number of hacks you release and the install counts you get it for it (people who clicked the install link) i don't understand why people "hassle" so much about it master coder or just "member" it won't bring you any further

Stangsta
13 Apr 2006, 15:52
that depends on the number of hacks you release and the install counts you get it for it (people who clicked the install link) i don't understand why people "hassle" so much about it master coder or just "member" it won't bring you any furtherThats not what hes talking about.

He's looking for a list like "view forum leaders" that show WHO is a "coder" etc.

Delphiprogrammi
13 Apr 2006, 16:11
Thats not what hes talking about.

He's looking for a list like "view forum leaders" that show WHO is a "coder" etc.

there is no such list AFAIK

peterska2
13 Apr 2006, 23:09
AFAIK there is no such list.

Also, just because someone is a master coder doesn't nessessarily mean that there are no problems with their mods. It's all down to quantity and number of installs. Some master coders have got tiny little one or two liners with hundreads of installs. Some coders have got massive mods with loads of installs, but have only released that one mod. Plus, someone new to releasing stuff here would also get their stuff overlooked all the time if everyone just installed stuff from masters. The best option is to review each mod and the feedback about it in turn, and don't just install stuff for the sake of it, think if you really need it first.

Freesteyelz
13 Apr 2006, 23:46
I've finally figured out what "AFAIK" means! :D Computer people and their lingo. LOL. I guess less characters to type means for more resources on the codes. :)

peterska2
13 Apr 2006, 23:48
I've finally figured out what "AFAIK" means! :D Computer people and their lingo. LOL. I guess less characters to type means for more resources on the codes. :)

LOL, just don't get me started. I have been getting a lot better at using full words again, but sometimes I slip back into the old way. I try and keep it to a minimum now though.

Freesteyelz
14 Apr 2006, 00:00
Well, I'm catching on so it's all good. :classic:

Logikos
14 Apr 2006, 04:56
I wouldn't mind see a feature like that either. :)