It is mentioned in FAQs that if a user posts below 10, his status will be Newbie, for more than 10 posts, he will be a member and so on.
But it is not mentioned anywhere like what is the actual number of posts to get the status 'Senior Member'. While I was browsing one of the forums, I noticed that a person posted just 14 posts and still the status is Senior Member. How could this be possible? Does the status of the person depends on the quality of the answers which he/she gives to the questions asked? Please clarify.
You can change your title to whatever you like; I imagine that's what the person with only 14 posts did. If you don't change your own title, it will automatically update when you have posted (X) number of posts outside the Miscellaneous forums. There is no one judging the quality of the answers, other than the moderators of the forums ensuring people follow the rules.
I can't remember what the actual numbers are; the numbers were changed some months back.