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    100,000 posts

    Another milestone reached. I suspect the next 100k won't take so long.
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    Perhaps if you take the next twenty years off, we might catch up. Mighty fine effort that's all I can say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdmackillop
    Another milestone reached. I suspect the next 100k won't take so long.
    Thanks to everyone here who help make this site such a friendly place.
    And you've done over 5% of them . That's a lot of questions

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    Good stuff!

    As a lot of ppl just get their answers from trawling sites and the net and not posting any questions of their own, it would be interesting to see what the total 'View' count to date was also - is that stat available?
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    Total Unique Views Per Thread = 2,492,664
    Total Threads = 12,603
    Total Posts = 100,933

    Average Posts Per Thread = 8
    Average Views Per Thread = 198

    So approximately 190 unique people on average view a thread and don't post.

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    That's only "true" if people view the thread once. The real figure would be somewhat less. I know from experience that I sometimes re read a thread that I might be interersted in.

    Sometimes I'm not actually looking for an answer but just in following a particular persons line of attack or defence regarding an issue.
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