You forgot length of post. Too short of a post equals, in many instances, no content. No content means poor quality of posts. Is time span or how long a person has been here important? No, I wouldn't consider this important by its self. If you signed up with Cnet at the dawn of time and never used your account; I wouldn't give you credit for it. So, numbers do matter because that means you've been here literally at this site doing something. Do general members as opposed to moderators help people, sure. Are Moderators more important to this forum then regular members? Yes and no. Moderators impose the policies of the forums and set the tone of the site by keeping disputes to a minimum. Past these two basic functions there just members. I would view them like referees in a sporting event. Everyone knows the rules or should, the "ref" is there to see to it that we apply them and keep unsportsmanlike conduct out of the game. What is a bad moderator? One that uses unsportsmanlike conduct in there duties and fails to keep order for all members despite there personal likes and dislike. Is there seniority on Cnet, believe as you like, I say, no. Why, because we all have individual characters, some good, some bad. I'll judge you by that. Does your age matter? yes and no. For some wisdom comes with age, for others, nope. Are educated and experienced professionals more important then self taught computer users here at the forums? Yes and no.
My intent here was to recognize an important achievement "Bobs work" here on Cnet. I think what he has done is amazing and well worth my respect. Are others worthy of respect, yes. Are you, tomron worthy of respect? Only time will tell.