It has been around 10 months since Cricistan version 3 was launched and with that the feature of ratngs was also introduced. So below is a list of 10 most positive users so far since that launch. Some interesting entries in there at this time. Well done @Passionate Pakistani @ASLI-PATHAN @Mercenary @Patriot @ComradeVenom @Prince Pathan @Fireworks11 @SwingNSeam @chandtara Now above leaders might have a large no. of posts since this feature was introduced, or may be they have got a lot of friends who award them these positive ratings so lets look at a graph below w.r.t. to the percentage of positive posts out of the total ratings (positive+neutral+negative) they have received to have a better idea what kind of contrast is there. Must say, some very impressive stats there and commendable job by all above posters for keeping a very positive environment around this forum. Continuing in the same breath, it has been a good job by readers as well at the same time to use the ratings feature frequently. Here is a list of Top 10 Ratings Givers: Trust me, most of above givers have used this system very positively and they've been generous enough to hand out positive ratings mostly... so good job guys! Now... lets take a look at each of the positive ratings separately and how posters are leading those charts. These tables below not only tell us who's been doing what over the past year but also give us an insight about the kind of posters these leaders are and what kind of responses and contribution you can expect from each one of them. But there is one more faction closer to above positive ratings and it would be unfair not to mention such posters who dare to go against the odd but don't shy away from expressing their opinions out in the open. Such guys should be mentioned here as well even though they occasionally face criticism and in result get below neutral ratings. We shall keep updating this thread on regular intervals to see if we get new entries in that list and how the competition carries on as far as positive posting is concerned on Cricistan.