No, this includes only registered users without differentiating. Many of them, as you say, are inactive. It also doesn't include anonymous monks who contribute many writeups. It also doesn't account for users like one who shall remain nameless who has close to 500 writeups and is still an initiate :-). This is all just food for thought, I'm not trying to make any particular point. People who just stop by to read or to say a few words in the chatterbox without posting are still members of this community. We all owe a big thanks to the prolific monks, but that doesn't imply that the non-prolific ones have not also contributed.
.oO(they told me not to use double negatives, but didn't mention triple ones).
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