A little over six months ago, caroleigh.deneen announced that missions are back on SAP Community. Since then, we’ve seen a lot of members earning badges for their activities. Starting in August, I began highlighting members’ mission achievements each week in the weekly mission & badge roundup post.
Now that we’re six months in, I think it’s time to give a shout-out to those members who have earned some of our most prestigious badges to date. I'm sure you're curious to know too, right?
Just yesterday, harald.kuck was awarded the Gold Star badge for his recent blog post SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment. The Gold Star is awarded for a blog post that is an example of excellent writing, generating (a lot of) discussion and sparking (a lot of) engagement. The same post also earned Harald the Ripple Effect badge a few weeks earlier, having unleashed a flurry of engagement when it was published.
Want to understand what all the fuss is about? Tune in to bjoern.goerke’s keynote at SAP TechEd 2018 Barcelona on Tuesday, October 23 at 9 a.m. CET and hear more (or watch the replay afterwards at sapteched.com/online).
We have have a few other notable members who have earned Ripple Effect as well:
All three wrote at least one post that got a lot of attention and traction really quickly, earning them this badge.
Next we come to those members who have climbed the highest so far in our Blogger and Q&A progression missions:
dj.adams.sap is the proud earner of our first Master Blogger badge. DJ’s weekly Monday blog series is very popular, and he is now on his way to earning Grand Master Blogger.
On the Q&A side, jrgen.lins achieved Master Solver a little while back due to his high level of activity answering questions.
Nipping at the heels of both of these Masters are several members who have earned the Skillful badge in either the Blogger or the Q&A mission progression.
Skillful Blogger achievers include:
Skillful Solver achievers include:
If you’re looking for some of the most active and engaged Community members to follow, these names should be on your list for sure.
And if you agree with c436ae948d684935a91fce8b976e5aa7’s approach as described in her recent post New to the community and need some help? and you decide to share your knowledge and help other members find answers to their questions, you may find yourself on the way to one of these prominent missions and badges yourself!