You brought out something that I was hoping would stay hidden... the fact that I missed a few Congratulations threads for him! :)
On the contrary! As a perfect example, the vast majority of your work is done in sections of the site I never visit. If not for these threads, many of us would have no clue how much you do for the site. So as I said in John's thread, it is not really the post count that matters but all the hard work and contributions. So these threads are an opportunity to be recognized for that.I do so much here that a mere thread every now and then means nothing.
Ever since I started hanging out in forums (back in ComputerCops, later CastleCops) days, I have always been sort of a maverick. As an electronics technician, I tend to approach computer problems from a different direction than most forum helpers. I typically focus on the hardware side of things starting with, "Is it plugged in?" "Is it turned on?" "Is it getting good, clean, stable power?" If "yes" to all that, then I [might] move to the OS and software side of things.You mean you ain't hangin' 'round the best part(s) of Sysnative?