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Topic # 112833 22-Dec-2012 20:22
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As we come to the end of the year it would be fun to have a summary of the biggest thread of the year, the thread that had the highest number of contributors, most popular forum of the year, top 10 GZ threads of all time.

Also what were the threads/posts that turned out to be the most prescient, and the ones that made you say WOW! (in a good way)




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  Reply # 736429 22-Dec-2012 21:12
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After Xmas will be fine! I don't want to get you into trouble with the whanau...




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  Reply # 736430 22-Dec-2012 21:17
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Surely the SGS3 Owners thread would be the biggest :P

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  Reply # 736437 22-Dec-2012 21:52
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Finch: Surely the SGS3 Owners thread would be the biggest :P


T-box one is pretty long, and has been going a long time too. The SGS3 one is long but it has heaps of subtopics

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  Reply # 736454 22-Dec-2012 23:58
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Might also be interesting to see;

Thread that reached x posts the quickest. (100, 1000 etc)
Thread with highest or lowest % of international posters
Most frequently used tech words in the 2012 threads

I'm sure there's other interesting things, how on earth you would extract that information from the database, I have no clue!

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  Reply # 740676 6-Jan-2013 15:47
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Having seen that a real clown was banned after only one post I'm curious to know just how many got banned during the year(s)?

It must be a real challenge figuring out who is legit and who is not - I don't envy anyone having to make that decision.

Look forward to seeing what interesting data you come up with.

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