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FastLearner
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Just in case the increased number of daily messages didn't make it obvious, I wanted to note that since the first of this year our member base has doubled. As of Jan 1 we had 860 users (some portion of which were not active), and today we have 1727. Fantastic!

-- Matthew

Dralius
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Do you know how many are active, have at least logged on within the last 3 months? An inactive member is about the same as a non-member.

Zzzzz
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I think darke wrote in another post recently that there was about 500-600 "active" users out of about 1500 at the time.

Not sure what the number is today?

rkalajian
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That's a real good number of active users considering how many total members there are.

FastLearner
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706 different users had "last visits" in the last 3 months (plus 1 week).

-- Matthew

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FastLearner wrote:
706 different users had "last visits" in the last 3 months (plus 1 week).

That is really good in my opinion!

Anonymous
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It really contributes to making this a robust and diverse community. Thanks to all those who help make it possible!

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SiskNY wrote:
Thanks to all those who help make it possible!

And try hard to ignore those of us who can't resist making the sarcastic comments and dragging everyone else down with them.

Anonymous
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Scurra wrote:
And try hard to ignore those of us who can't resist making the sarcastic comments and dragging everyone else down with them.

Yeah! (oh, wait, I'm one of those...)

Trickydicky
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As a new member, as of a couple of weeks, I really appreciate how welcoming everyone is. I feel like I'm already part of a fairly close nit community. That is what will keep attracting others to us, and keeping them active.

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