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1) As you may have read over here [webmasterworld.com], that WebmasterWorld is about to roll through 1 million messages some time this week.
2) What you may-may not know, is some time within the next 4 days, we are also about to roll over 500,000,000 (yes million) page views for our 4 year history.
3) A third milestone is that the Google forum is about to roll over 250k.
With that as a light headed back drop, let me just say thank you to the entire community. With your help, we have been able to do what no other forum on the web has been able to do.
A few weeks ago I was talking with a friend - one of the old pros - Kevin Lee at Did-it.com. Kevin happened to call WebmasterWorld the Switzerland of the web.
I know it is not always easy being a member here - knowing the worldwide audience - that it can be a challenge to do so at times. We are far from perfect, and every day is a learning experience here. Thank you for your contributions and your continued patience & latitude in 2004. For our part, we will continue to endeavor to provide the best community experience and environment possible.
I suppose it is quite a bit easier than to be a moderator or an administrator! ;)
> that it can be a challenge to do so at times
For me that is part of the reason for being here.
> Thank you for your contributions
Giving my own miniscule contribution to this vast acheivement has been a pleasure. Well, not always, but most of the time.
WebmasterWorld may well be noted by future internet historians, up there with pioneer groups such as the WELL, etc -- which, I believe, is the type of BB background that you first "got your hands dirty" in?
Even though, I would have thought that WebmasterWorld already passed 500 million page views?
A laaaaaaaaaarge portion of this is mine. ;)
I'm about to set up my own personal WebmasterWorld pi counter within my custom code here at WebmasterWorld. (there's still this silly search box [webmasterworld.com] which really needs some usefull expansion ...)
[edited by: Yidaki at 9:40 pm (utc) on Dec. 15, 2003]
Amazing the restraint pre-mod has apparently had on the Google Forum - I thought it was part of the ToS that all Google threads must be a minimum of 250 posts! ;)
Congratulations Brett and thanks to all the admins and mods and extraordinary members (hey ... that includes me now!) that have made WebmasterWorld the place to "master" the web.
Well done and many thanks to all.