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Celebrate crossing the threshold of 40,000 users: towards the very bright future
Nuke Copsnuke_reporter writes "The next days will be a ongoing celebration: seeing crossing the threshold of 40,000 users is true fun and a valid celebration.

We can see, the Nuke-future is very bright!

There have been many milestones that has toppled since its opening, but none have been of such great stature as this one. soon crosses the threshold of 40k users and such an achievement accomplished in several years - 40,000 users that share ideas, code and knowledge.

Sharing: Its what drew the developers, users, hackers and everyone else together... To share the challenge and the possibilities of new innovations - that belief is shared by the large Nuke group. At the global nuke-group we believe sharing is the way to create better ideas - ideas that can move the community, the code, and the world [all toghether]forward.

The ideas are the inspiration - share your thoughts - share your ideas - here on this site. Within a culture of idea-sharing and generalized social exchange, knowledge as the main resource of the community is multiplied by giving it away freely to others and thus, fosters contribution behavior.

Friendship, peer reputation and external feed-back provided by the global Nuke community combined with individual gain of knowledge, constitutes the self-sustaining system of exchange in the global nuke group." "
Posted on Sunday, March 05 @ 17:46:37 CET by VinDSL
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Re: Celebrate crossing the threshold of 40,000 users: towards the very bright future (Score: 1)
by chris-au on Sunday, March 05 @ 21:35:52 CET
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Any idea how many of the 40,000 are still valid visitors and/or users of NukeCops?

I did have an association wit a site with many members/users.

However, after sending out a mass-mail to ask them to re-login to contimue their 'association' with the site.

Before the 'mass-mail' the user table was backed-up and emptied.

It took a long time before the user/member numbers were only a fraction of the number of users/members that we thought we had before.

There for I would suggest to be carefull with using that number of 40,000 or for that matter, any number.

Sorry to put a damper on this but that is my experience.

Another thing that might start getting people away from this site is, what I found, very, very slow loading.

Re: Celebrate crossing the threshold of 40,000 users: towards the very bright future (Score: 1)
by nuke_reporter on Sunday, March 05 @ 22:22:34 CET
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hi there, Chris-au

anyway - if needs more time to roll over the "REAL" 40 000 threshold - this does not matter.

TO BE a member of Nuke (and NukeCops) is TRUE FUN! ALL THE REST IS not so important.

Some may think that we only have 20 000. That is not the problem - in the end we are growing and growing and growing - and celebrating without an end.

have fun - no limit


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