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New Guideline - Please Read
Posted 01 June 2007 - 08:22 PM
We discovered yesterday that we have over 2000 active members, which is absolutely incredible and makes Pandy's the wonderful healing community that it is today. So a big "yay!" for everyone.
We've also noticed recently that, with the board being so busy, there have been an abundance of posts marking milestones. While we realize that posting on an online board is a big step in many peoples's healing, and we recognize that for many people it represents the first real connections in the healing process, we'd like to ask that from now on milestone posts on the forums be limited to marking "Pandyversaries." We know how exciting it is to reach the milestone of the 100th post, or the 1000th post (it's kind of like the strange thrill of watching your car odometer roll over :)/>). However, there are some people feeling like they aren't "contributing enough" or that they aren't as valuable to the community because they don't have high post counts. We know that this is absolutely the last thing that anyone intended by celebrating their post counts. But from now on, we ask that we stick with celebrating Pandyversaries on the forums; you are still free to celebrate post count milestones in your blog. Because every member is valuable here, from the lurkers to those who post every day and everyone in between.
Thank you all for understanding.