First off, I could care less about this as a membership "status" feature, but it was interesting to see as I was looking at some of the members here and how their profile was designated. I took a random sampling and saw Junior Members, Members and Senior Members. There may be other classifications as well, aside from staff members/owners, but I didn't find them in my quick sample. However, I am now curious as to how those are determined. As best I can tell, it is not based strictly on a join date or a post count. Is there some other mysterious magical formula?
For example, I joined in 2010 and at this point have 1683 posts. I am a "member".
Another person joined in 2012 and has over 1650 posts and is a "senior member".
I see another person joined in 2008 and has about 1400 posts and is a "member".
Yet another person joined in 2008 as well, but only has just under 1200 posts and is a "senior member".
See, there doesn't seem to a be a rhyme or reason to it. I am not angling for a change, maybe those designations don't update anymore, but just curious. I'd never really noticed until this evening for some reason.