Hubbers Do you know why the commetator number would go down say from to VII to a VI?
Hubbers Do you know why the commetator number would go down say from to VII to a VI? Just curious. How does number go up and what is the criteria for that to happen? Thank You. so much!
Quite simply because you are not commenting as often as you used to.
Can't say for sure, not knowing what determines the score. Perhaps your comments are not as in-depth as they used to be. If you find out what makes the scores "tick" let us know.
It is because you are not commenting regularly and your comment is not so insightful.
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