Ref: “ws member count vs responsiveness”, post # 16.
You say: “At the end of every calendar year we delete those who haven't logged in during that calendar year.”
Why this strange principle of linking one year long passivity to the frame of a calendar year?
You mean that not being active between the 1st of January and 31st of December (+ possible time before 1st January) is a punishable passivity, and this is the only case that counts . So a member “X” that signed in, let say 10th January and next time when “X” opened “X”s account to send a request was 20th December following year, all together two years (minus 20 days) of complete passivity, is still an active member because “X” avoided to meet the requirement of a full calendar year of inactivity. Is not that so?
It took me 10 minutes to create this compilation.
You mean, all of them are active members. Are you serious?