As some of you may have noticed, we have begun introducing user titles on the forum. Currently we have added titles for:
- Creators of Elixir, Erlang and Phoenix
- Core developers of Elixir, [Phoenix] (http://elixirforum.com/groups/Phoenix-Core-Team) and Ecto (click links to see group activity, members, etc)
- Authors of books published by a tech publisher
We want to expand this to core developers of other popular/important libraries too (such as for the Nerves Project, Elixir version managers, etc) and we may also go further - to anyone where it may be useful for forum members to quickly spot who they are while browsing a thread (this will usually be the case when lots of threads are posted about that particular library/tool). If you have any suggestions on who/which libraries we should consider adding please say.
Related to this we have added a new field in your profiles that asks if you are a core developer of any libraries - if you are, please fill this in as it will help us determine how to proceed with these titles.
We have also added a field that asks which Elixir books you have got or have read - we think this helps when answering questions as it provides a glimpse of what the user may/may not know.