What's your JamfNation number?? - totally pointless thread

easyedc
Valued Contributor II

There are many familiar names active daily on the forum, and it got me thinking about how big things have gotten. I realized my user profile seems to indicate sequentlial order i.e. my profile page is at https://www.jamf.com/jamf-nation/users/5210/easyedc indicating after about 9 months of existence, a nice, steady growth. FF to today, and it appears there's 60,000+ users?! I think that's pretty cool.

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were_wulff
Valued Contributor II

Mine is 8406, and was set up in 2013.

Were Wulff
Jamf Customer Experience

Volker
New Contributor III

19575, from 2014.

CasperSally
Valued Contributor II

1428 FTW, Joined: Dec 13, 2011. i miss the old mailing list at times πŸ™‚

mike_paul
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1095 - Nov 09, 2011

ben_hertenstein
Contributor

15511 - Apr 15, 2014

mscottblake
Valued Contributor

1543 - Dec 29, 2011 -- The old mailing list had so much noise that it wasn't a whole lot of help. I'm happy for the new format.

mm2270
Legendary Contributor II

1927 - joined Jan 17, 2012

bentoms
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Honored Contributor III

1120, Nov 09, 2011

Just beaten by @mike.paul

jmahlman
Valued Contributor

2977 - Mar 08, 2012 (Hey, I just passed my 6 year mark!)

joshuasee
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11971 in October 2013 – Yay! I don't have to worry about why I'm still doing this when all the other Mac people have moved on.

Sandy
Valued Contributor II

1220
Nov 10, 2011

mvu
Valued Contributor

6501

Joined: Oct 11, 2012

miregan
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52600

blackholemac
Valued Contributor III

4696

Joined June 2012

Mailing list was nice, but I like being able to interact with other users on the ground to focus on one specific topic...many times one of my starting but not always.

easyedc
Valued Contributor II

Cause I have that much idle curiosity, I did the trial and error work and ~30 (!) people joined the same day as I joined. Assuming that's their daily average

365*30=10950

and that seems to be about their average daily growth.

365*30*6=65700

And we're well on that annual average for number of members.

JoshRouthier
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41479

Joined November 2016

aalberty
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56735 Dec 2017

iMatthewCM
New Contributor III

33242, April 2016

Chriskmpruitt
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12036

Joined: Oct 02, 2013

dpertschi
Valued Contributor

1289, this has been my daily morning read for 6 years now.

@easyedc so if you want to see who the real early birds were, just punch in a number after /users
https://www.jamf.com/jamf-nation/users/

For the JAMF history buffs, account number 1 is good trivia...

SeanA
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1301.

Joined: Nov 17, 2011

rderewianko
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5806.

Joined: Aug 22, 2012

Wakko
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1337, wow has it been that long.

AVmcclint
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17901

Joined Aug 15, 2014

PeterClarke
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2684 and joined 23 Feb 2012 -- Peter

chris_miller
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3756 from April of 2012.

easyedc
Valued Contributor II

Yeah, none of us are as cool as @zach is. But, then, I didn't need this thread to tell me that. ;). I assume the earliest/lowest numbered profiles are all JAMF employees, so how was it determined who got to sign up when? or was there no pecking order, just a "hey, go create an account" blurb.

NealIV
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1836 - Jan, 12 2012

tnielsen
Valued Contributor

Mine is 0, I am the alpha and the omega.

Matt_Fjerstad
New Contributor II

51 - Nov 7, 2011

dgreening
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2778 - Feb 28, 2012

dudzikj
New Contributor III

8155 - Feb 18, 2013

I love this thread!

davidhiggs
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2640 - Feb 21, 2012

Really don't want to package MATLAB, so i'm here instead!

dmw3
Contributor III

8181 - Feb 2013 (second time around, first time in 2011 with different account)

dzogrim
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24530, joined Jun 22, 2015 #late

YoshiiZee
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44218, joined Feb 14, 2017...

pg_wubv
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44456, joined Feb 21, 2017 #evenlater

rquigley
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23021 - April 23, 2015

rbean
New Contributor III

Aug 27, 2015
But, how do I find my #?