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The karma level indicator in the forums is really only good for seeing how many posts a person has placed. However, it is certainly not an indicator of expertise level. Is there a way to more clearly identify IBI people in this forum? Can there be some sort of icon next to their name? Maybe put the IBI logo in your signature? What about simply editing your profiles and adding IBI- to the beginning of your display name?
I just think it would be useful to know when we are including an IBI person in a discussion.
I understand that there may be a host of reasons why you DON'T want to be identified as an IBI person but for that you culd always create an alternate profile ;o)
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