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This is a group for people who use linux based operating systems.
Go to "Looking to join an Elite Group" to become a recruit.
I have a vision of one way to leverage the "Groups" feature. Although EE's leadership knows about this idea, they are not officially endorsing it (nor are they discouraging it). If it goes well, it could become something they embrace and run with.
So, here is the idea:
* Top Experts begin their own "Elite Group" (hopefully in the future such groups will be tagged as "Elite Groups" and will only be created if EE gives the expert permission to start one).
* The top experts will use their Elite Groups (EG's) to groom, mentor and guide small clusters of (about 8-15) experts in each EG.
* The EG will be a sort of fraternity where those in the group help the leader and support one-another in their careers, in addition to becoming better experts.
The whole point here is that the EG members benefit, the leader gets some help (and maybe a new rank/perks) and EE benefits by getting better experts (and more of them).
Discussions pertaining to the Microsoft MVP Reconnect program.
Whether you're just thinking about taking up running, are in the midst of the Couch to 5K plan, or are a seasoned Ultramarathoner, this is the place for fellow EE members to chat about running. (Because sometimes, you've just got to get away from your computer, right? ;-)
Discuss training plans, chat about gear, share event info, post run reports, and help inspire your fellow runners!
I's my assumption that most Experts are like me in they totally ignore the Priority of a question when they decide to try to answer one.
Are there statistics available that show the *percent* of questions answered for each priority? If there are and the percents are about the same then I believe that that would prove my assumption, or on the other hand if the percent for High was significantly greater than the other two then I believe that would disprove it.
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