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Reducing my own points

Hi,

Does anybody have an idea, how to reduce my own points. I want to take away the referal points, how can I do that?.

Thanks,

Raj.

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    Jun 03, 2006 at 12:39 AM

    You can ask one of the moderators to do this for you. Email to sdn@sap.com.

    I'm curious though, why?

    Do you think that you are not deserving for the points that have been awarded to you for referring a newcommer to SDN?

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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    • Former Member Mark Finnern

      Hi Raj:

      Rich is one of my SDN Inspirators too -:D He knows more on ABAP that I will probably know in a long time...He's hell of a nice guy, I just have send a few mails to him, and he's always on the mod to answer and show that he loves what he does.

      Maybe 80 points for a referal is too much, but don't worry...With this post, we all know that you're not a "Points Hunter" -;)

      Greetings,

      Blag.

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    Jun 21, 2006 at 04:20 AM

    Hi Raj,

    Thats nice of you to raise this issue in a post. If your referrals are genuine then you do deserve the points mate. In fact I have some referral points from the trainees whom I had asked them to register in SDN and I am proude to say that few of them have more than 1000 points now. So if your referrals contribute to the cause of SDN then you richly deserve those points. So there is nothing to be ashamed of the referral points provided they are used in the right spirit.

    Bye

    Dinesh

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      What about giving out points for users that are often listed as favourite user by SDN members... ? 😊

      It would make more sense to me than referral points (even if it comes with the same problem of "cheating" flaw) !

      <i>Hoping that people won't get too proud having hundreds of "admirers"... ;-D</i>

      Guillaume