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Change of user levels

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Hi everyone,

 

After some evaluating and reconsidering of the user levels I've decided to make a few changes. 

Members who have a post count of 500 posts or more are automatically labeled as 'ambassadors'. This will change into 'Experts'. 

 

I've found that the title 'ambassador' implies a certain relation to the Ultimaker brand, which a simple metric as post count does not always ensure. I think it is safer to say that everyone who has been around long enough to reach 500+ posts has (developed) a certain level of expertise though. It also matches our community identity better; 'Ultimaker Community of 3D printing experts'. 

 

Doesn't mean you won't see any ambassadors anymore. On the contrary. However, this won't be the result of an automatic process anymore. Every year or so Ultimaker has organized an Ultimaker Community event where we invited community members from all over the world who made significant contributions (one way or another) to our community. We do this as a token of gratitude for their efforts, it also allowed them to get to know the company first hand, and allowed us to get to know our users personally. Moving forward the community members who have made such significant contributions to our community and, if possible - met us, will still be recognizable with the beautiful title 'Ambassador'. 

 

If anyone has any questions about this feel free to get in touch with me! 

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