It is currently my third year (2 Years, 10 Months to be precise) as a member of MPGH and I have reached my 3,000th post. It may not be a milestone compared to others but I do what I can to help the community.
In the first year of membership I was mostly into aiding the combat arms community with support members in troubleshooting there hacks and with their video editing skills and techniques.
In the second year the console section was made and I called it my home and along with @Killian
looking after the section Xbox wise and myself with the PlayStation side, we managed to build up the section all with a handful of other members such as @dimi
nshed. Later in the year @Killian
stepped down from his minion position and recommended that I take his place and because those in power saw that the work I was doing was proficient enough I was appointed minion of the console section. As much as this was an achievement for me, a month and a half later I had to move house and Internet connection was not possible, and as a result I ended doing what I could from my phone but was later stood down for inactivity, but I understood it was for the greater good of the section.
I later returned in my second year to once again help the struggling console section and with the help of @Versa
we once again had a small community of members interested in the console hacking scene.
As the year kicked over to 2012, I made a decision that I would help place resources in the console section that would once again gain MPGH members and so far I only managed to help the Sony related side of Consoles as I am more proficient in that area and have a greater understanding of their system works. I am also currently looking into Wii jail breaking and I hope that through my research I can help 'Revive' the Ninetendo Wii Section along with adding further content to the PS Vita section.
I'm not sure if the ruling on post bans has changed or not, but sticking with tradition I would ask that it be done.
It's has truly been a great three years and I'm looking forward to a couple more.