User "levels" as set by Discourse (forum developers)


#1

This makes for some interesting reading, if you want to understand our “Levels” for members in the forum. It explains certain “actions” that are needed but not spelled out elsewhere.


#2

You know after reading through all that, I got to wondering if the Admin adjusted any of the thresholds :thinking:


At first I thought it seemed a bit silly and pointless to automatically demote a Regular to Member if they’ve been inactive for a couple of weeks whilst holidaying or healthy issues. But then, mind you, I suppose if you could contact an Administrator to see if they could reinstate you, particularly those members who’ve been here from the beginning of time :wink:


#3

I wish I could clarify, Em, but that’s all under the Admin area. Admins are only the folks who actually work for Tomnod (all the Techs and crowdsourcing staff).

AKE, Ruth, and I were set up as Leaders. We don’t have access to the back end (if I did, I’d reset our default emojis that Discourse changed this summer and put it back to the original set… and I’d look into why some of our badges have dead links).


#4

Oh I know that Cagey :grinning: I know my memory is bad but it’s not that bad :upside_down_face:

The Admins are actually listed in here:-

Mind you I don’t think it’s been updated in a while 'cause @Mel_Nod isn’t listed :wink:


#5

The management list has been changed to reflect the addition of @Mel_Nod

We, your loyal Nodders, welcome you, Melissa. Oh, the forum pet :panda_face: welcomes you as well. She spends most of her time in the ‘Members Only Lounge’ keeping the dust bunnies in check, keeping the lounge clean. Seems the dust bunnies have a ferocious appetite for Cheetos. - ake (forum mod)


#6

@Mel_Nod @HappyMapper @cageycat

Any chance of creating a new ‘Administrative’ category?

Not sure if a user level restriction would be need… -ake


#7

Thank you, @AKE235 and all, happy to be here with you!