I have been visiting SQAForums for many years now, and I think this is the best resource for nearly everything testing related on the Internet. I have been a silent reader, and this is my first post.
Each Sub-Forum here has Moderators, who are undoubtedly the best in their respective fields. However, as we refer to several forums, and there is a huge member base, its sometimes quite hard to determine which users are elites, or are doing very well in their fields. There have been a lot of users in some forums recently and a lot of replies, and unfortunately, a lot of clutter, too.
I wanted to ask you if the Moderators in their respective forums can sort-of "Tag" these elite users so it would be easy to know which other experienced users frequent SQAForums.
It will also make it easier to determine which response is more legitimate, as there are threads with hundreds of responses and only a few that are really helpful. I think this will save us readers a lot of time, and it will also urge other users to do well for them to be "tagged" in such a positive way.
I doubt that we can do such a thing as it is not politically correct to categorize individuals. [img]/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img] However, as you read and find those useless posters, feel free to tag them yourself by setting their .Ignore this User" option in their profile, as I have just done yours. Just kidding. [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] Then you will no longer see their drivel.