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No post in any ReactOS forum for last 24 hours have been sent.
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Isn't your post breaking your observation? :P

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Not the first time. Maybe they are shocked because of my latest ban? :P
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Hmm... I have noticed posts diminish...
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Well, now you have several posts in the last 24 hours :lol:
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Repeated again.
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Re: No posts at all in the last 24 hours

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Who really cares at all that there is no post in the last 24 hours?

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Re: No posts at all in the last 24 hours

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Yeah, but the wiki page spammers are busy. We have 3.

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forum posts does not equal progress.

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Can someone please explain me the use of this topic please?
ReactOS is still in alpha stage, meaning it is not feature-complete and is recommended only for evaluation and testing purposes.

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Honestly?

The board might not be statistically alive but it means in no way that the community is dead, proof of that concept "that a board's greatness doesn't depend solely on its user/post counts" can be seen on some other communities...

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No posts at all in the last 24 hours
If I translate this sentence in a good language :
No spammer or bugs detected in the last 24 hours (except him-self ;-) )

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The forum was silent, therefore I have thought important server or community issues exist.
EmuandCo wrote:Can someone please explain me the use of this topic please?
On a regular PHPbb board, you would see thousands of posts a day and it is interesting that we have not at all, for a full day. Community should grow a bit, though. We are constantly jumping between cats and dogs of spam and no posts at all for days.
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If ppl wanna post, they can do so, SPAM or not.And just because it is a PHPBB board does not mean we need to have 100 posts a day. If I install a board on my webspace, I dont get these numbers too. We never were bombed with new posts daily and right now we are mostly bombed by SPAM bots and the rest is the same for weeks/months now.
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Re: No posts at all in the last 24 hours

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erkinalp wrote:
Wed Oct 24, 2018 8:06 pm
On a regular PHPbb board, you would see thousands of posts a day and it is interesting that we have not at all, for a full day. Community should grow a bit, though. We are constantly jumping between cats and dogs of spam and no posts at all for days.
Yeah, there seems to be an uptick in spam recently. Now in terms of community, not all that seems like "community" really is. I mean, we get a number of "new users" who copy and paste established users (perhaps as a way of superficially seeming like others here as they try to infiltrate long enough to spam), and some who seem to play ignorant (again to seem on topic long enough to get to spam later). I say play ignorant because if someone were truly ignorant of the topic and sincere, they likely wouldn't be here at all, or they'd appear more confused. The more curious, but genuinely ignorant, would seem more confused. "How can I get your Linux distro to work?" -- not some obscure question about the memory manager or a release from 2 years back in the first post. If they don't know that a release from 2 years back isn't current likely wouldn't have attempted to install it recently.

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