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vB Version: 2.2.x Rating: (1 vote - 5.00 average) Installs: 19
Released: 08 Feb 2003 Last Update: Never Downloads: 31
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Many users liked my little posting frequency that I have set in the postbit and they harassed me for few weeks to release it...
So here I am.

Basically is a graph bar that shows user's posting activity.
Check my board for an example...

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Old 08 Feb 2003, 22:25
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figured it out ... the bar is based on 20 posts per day = 100% ... thus 5 * ppd ... so by changing the 5 to a one, it makes it into based on 100 ppd
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Old 08 Feb 2003, 22:27
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Originally posted by N9ne
100 posts per day is an extremely high amount! Wow! If you imagine you registered say 100 days ago, and your posts per day figure is 100, that's 10,000 posts!
Well most people are at around 50-60ppd ... a couple are up at 80 trying to break 100 We've been open for about 6 weeks now and some people already have 5-6000 posts. When I install that RPG mod that gives you gold and hitpoints for posting, I bet it's gonna jump up even higher
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Old 08 Feb 2003, 22:36
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is it some kind Board Of Great Spammers?
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 01:03
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Originally posted by Dribbles


Well most people are at around 50-60ppd ... a couple are up at 80 trying to break 100 We've been open for about 6 weeks now and some people already have 5-6000 posts. When I install that RPG mod that gives you gold and hitpoints for posting, I bet it's gonna jump up even higher

Thats crazy... wow! My board is not frequently posted too.. at least not during the off season for mountain biking. PPD ranges around 3 for an active user (currently). I had to change this forumla quite a bit to get the bar to even show up. (I believe the 5 * in the formula became more like 40 * before it started making sense.)

I installed this hack before teck posted it here through some hints he was throwing at me. I like it, but it really takes some tweaking to get the formula right...

I wish there was some way to take this into account automatically. Like checking for the highest users PPD and setting that as the "bar" - then everyone else is measured in comparison (with the ability to exclude people like the administrator etc.)

In the end I removed it.. but I like it. Nice job, Teck!
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 01:37
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don't really get the way it works really... all of my bars are at 0 or so... O.o
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 02:51
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never mind, got it working... also changed 5 to 20...

20 = 5 posts / day
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 03:50
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Is there any way I can put this into a separate template as it is a "medium" sized amount of html to add to the postbit and I'd rather not clutter it up as mine is pretty big already (confusing).

So for instance, add a template called postbit_frequency and call it from the postbit template.
Thanks

Regards,
Chris
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 04:07
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screen?
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 08:26
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Originally posted by SphereX
screen?
read the first post.
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 10:09
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Originally posted by N9ne
- How many queries does this add?
Hmm, you guys know how much I like to add queries to forum, so the answer is None.
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 12:12
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What does the floor function do TECK ?

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Old 09 Feb 2003, 12:33
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http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.floor.php
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 12:45
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Originally posted by a-drive
Is there any way I can put this into a separate template as it is a "medium" sized amount of html to add to the postbit and I'd rather not clutter it up as mine is pretty big already (confusing).

So for instance, add a template called postbit_frequency and call it from the postbit template.
Thanks

Regards,
Chris
Any help?
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 13:37
N9ne N9ne is offline
 
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Originally posted by TECK

Hmm, you guys know how much I like to add queries to forum, so the answer is None.
phew! I thought TECK was losing his touch when he added a query with that show error msg to admins when board is closed hack
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Old 09 Feb 2003, 16:37
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Wow TECK that is one cool function to register in my memory - Thanks!

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