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Very important question! (too me it is)





Ccsteph22
Ok, So I wanna have a website...
but you must be active, how long can you not?
My family likes to go to places for a week like ATVing at sandlake OR
Go fishing at the brown lee resavor at eastern oregon (verrry long drive)
Can I be gone for a month? year? week? day? 2 nanoseconds Shocked lol
medesignz
one way to combat this is to build up enough points to accommodate such a large down time!

In all honesty though, you shouldnt ever really leave a website unmaintained for a month anyways
rvec
if you post regularly and build up 45 points (the max) you can stay away for more than a month. If you need to stay away for longer just pm an admin/mod before you go and when you come back and we'll make sure you keep your hosting.
Ccsteph22
thanks guys, ill be sure to contact rvec when an event like that happens to my family Very Happy
metalfreek
In case if you don't have time to contact don't worry. My hosting was not deleted even when my points was around -20. Lot of people has also said that their account was not deleted even when point reached -100. You can always recover those negative points.
rajpk
yes you are right

here you have chance to increase your points

but you have to do that earlier
so its all depend upon forum owner/moerators
zeda
a deduction of 1 point a day means getting 30 points distracted every month. An averadge of 2 points for 1 post means the need to post 15 remarks a month.
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