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Who is the most prolific poster in the ABAP forum? Until today, you had to go through the posts and check the names and the number of posts marked next to their names, but these posts may have been done in a different forum. All of that guessing is history. On the first page of the forum you see the top 3 posters and there is a link to the complete list too. The top poster in the ABAP forum is Peter Inotai with 71 posts, and he is not even working for SAP, same with Lutz Morrien with 111 posts first place in the Business One Forum. A big thank you from the SDN Team for your active collaboration.

As of today the May 19th the list looks as follows:

All SDN Forums: 1. Benny Schaich-Lebek (421); 2. Karin Schattka (275); 3. Oliver Stiefbold (253)  Complete List »

/community [original link is broken]: 1. Oliver Stiefbold (230); 2. Dagfinn Parnas (78); 3. Axel (52)  » Complete List

/community [original link is broken]: 1. Nicholas Holshouser (107); 2. Dagfinn Parnas (47); 3. Jeff Benson (36)  » Complete List 

SAP NetWeaver Application Server: 1. Benny Schaich-Lebek (224); 2. Ivo Totev (86); 3. Ivaylo Ivanov (24)  » Complete List  

SAP NetWeaver Application Server: 1. Benny Schaich-Lebek (68); 2. David Jenkins (21); 3. Ivo Totev (17)  » Complete List

ABAP Development: 1. Peter Inotai (71); 2. Scott Barden (64); 3. Thomas Jung (64)  » Complete List

Java Development: 1. Benny Schaich-Lebek (62); 2. Stefan Klensch (23); 3. Nikhil Mahajan (19)  » Complete List

Business Server Pages (BSP): 1. Brian McKellar (134); 2. Bernd Neugebauer (45); 3. Vik Pant (36)  » Complete List

Web Dynpro Java: 1. Karin Schattka (232); 2. Stefan Klensch (168); 3. Helmut Tammen (42)  » Complete List

/community [original link is broken]: 1. Heike Guder (67); 2. Stephen Heverin (39); 3. Alexander Peter (34)  » Complete List 

/community [original link is broken]: 1. Gianfranco Vallese (5); 2. Michael Eacrett (5); 3. Hansjörg Luzi (4)  » Complete List 

Process Integration (PI) & SOA Middleware: 1. Prasad Illapani (46); 2. Patrick Dixon (36); 3. Guy Crets (27)  » Complete List 

/community [original link is broken] : 1. Joerg Wolf (28); 2. Karsten Hohage (27); 3. Fred (13)  » Complete List    

SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management: 1. Markus Ganser (31); 2. Christopher Solomon (10); 3. Klaus David (6)  » Complete List 

SAP for Mobile: 1. Neelan Packirisamy (26); 2. Volker Kraska (23); 3. Jan Wetzel (18)  » Complete List 

SAP NetWeaver Technology Platform: 1. Benny Schaich-Lebek (42); 2. Karin Schattka (20); 3. Reiner Hille-Doering (9)  » Complete List 

Interoperability .NET : 1. Reiner Hille-Doering (52); 2. Guangwei Li (9); 3. Scott Barden (8)  » Complete List    

SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer: 1. Himanshu Pande (9); 2. Milan Benes (3); 3. Richard Hirsch (2)  » Complete List

SCN Support: 1. Mark Finnern (90); 2. David W Branan (47); 3. Etay Gafni (E.T.) (15)  » Complete List 

SAP Business One SDK: 1. Lutz Morrien (111); 2. Frank Moebius (50); 3. Mark Gulyansky (40)  » Complete List  

/community [original link is broken]: 1. Benny Schaich-Lebek (14); 2. Ramprasad S (4); 3. Mark Finnern (4)  » Complete List

/community [original link is broken]: 1. Jens Jakob Andersen (3); 2. Anh-Tuan Nguyen (3); 3. Michael Wiedemann (3)  » Complete List

SAP MaxDB: 1. Stefan Seemann (5); 2. Rudolf Sunkel (4); 3. Stefan Klensch (3)  » Complete List 

SAP NetWeaver Technology Platform: Mark Sochan (5); 2. Scott Barden (4); 3. Angie Halderman (4)  » Complete List

If you want to crack into the top three and enjoy the sun on the front page of a forum, the Visual Composer one may be your best bet for SDN fame, you only need three posts to make it 🙂

We are fully aware, that having a lot of posts does not mean your are an expert, it could be that you just have a lot of questions. You can check that easily by clicking on the name of a poster. The last 10 posts get listed and if most of them start with “Re:” then there is a good chance, that this person is an answerer.

We are working on a system to give recognition for good answers. Stay tuned.

As always one question answered, new questions come up. For example, who are the “first name only” men of mystery: Axel with 55 posts in the EP Content Development or Fred with 13 posts in Knowledge Management forum.

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