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+Elliot B.    1,573

Ever considered removing the registered people with 0 posts made? I bet there are at least 40! Waste of space imo :)

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Redmak    353

Oh there are way more than 40 but still not enough to delete them

User accounts don't take much space

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configure    1

I don't think that will be a good idea, just because they don't post anything doesn't mean they should be remove. In the other hand, removing a non-active account that hasn't been logon for 60 days would be better.. don't you think?

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+Elliot B.    1,573

30 days. Willing to haggle though :)

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configure    1

As Redmak said, if it don't take up much space, I don't think it's necessary at all, but it might as the community grows.. Just my idea tho.. ;)

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Redmak    353
Originally posted by King Mustard  

30 days. Willing to haggle though :)

That would be 126 users out of 1202 total

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+Elliot B.    1,573

And? Are you aiming for a record of the most amount of subscribed members? :)

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Redmak    353

126 isn't all that much, I could delete them but 30 days isn't much either.

Only 17 people haven't posted in 60 days so...

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PabUK    28

Keep them, unused accounts don't really do any damage. The more visitors the more unused accounts, it is the same everywhere. In the Winamp forums with 40186 registered members 1000s of them are probably unused.

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