@Milchoholiker There's nothing we can do to ensure a perfect transaction. We try to do something. The 30 posts isn't so much about the person's experience, but the fact that they are trying to actively be a part of the community.
As for experience, we don't just approve any post. We have quality standards and have rejected threads because we felt the person needs more experience.
@Milchoholiker the problem wasn't just experience, it was also the intention to have them stick with the community.
before the 30 post became mandatory, there were a lot of ... let's call them drive-by-artists ... that posted a few sample pictures that had nothing to do with RPG-Makers and gave a link to another site, never even bothering to come back here to check for any questions by posts or private messages.
And since they never bothered to learn anything about the RPG-Makers, the offers were basically unusable for any game.
and a lot of other problems caused by unfiltered posts...