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Not *me*, I don't have any say :P If you want to demonstrate to the team that you're up to the task, you need to demonstrate these things to everyone, like helping out in the support boards, especially Coding Discussion, like submitting mods to the mod site that are approved with little or no fuss (if you're responsible for reviewing others' mods, you pretty much need to ensure your own house is in order first)

I have to say that I haven't ever seen anyone get onto the team with less than a couple of thousand posts under their belt.

EvenStride:
Okay, but I can't just pop up with couple thousand post's anytime soon, because then I would be a spammer :P .

Kindred:

--- Quote ---Posts often and regularly.  We need people who are active and able to contribute regularly.
Posts accurate information.  Not knowing the answer is fine, however posting a bad solution is worse than no solution.
Posts information in an easy to understand manner.  As the project has expanded, we are getting more users who don't have a vast experience with computers.  We need people who can help them out as well as the super geeks like me.
Is respectful to the other users, especially when confronted with an opposing view.
Ability to work as a part of a team.
Has been contributing for a while.  We often get people who surge onto the scene but quickly fizzle out.  We are looking for people who will still be active a year or more from now.

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In other words... Don't ask. Show.

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--- Quote from: lowrida018 on April 02, 2011, 12:47:57 AM ---Okay, but I can't just pop up with couple thousand post's anytime soon, because then I would be a spammer :P .

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I used to turn out 2-5 thousand posts a month when on the team...

EvenStride:
So I won't get in trouble or anything if I just start posting like 100 post's a day?

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