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Census takers are members of a system whose role is/they enjoy either taking count of new members or taking count of all existing members. This can either be to categorize, for organization, or just for fun!
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This term is a system role or descriptor that can be placed on a member within a system. Census takers (or censys takers) are members of a system whose role is/they enjoy either taking count of new members or taking count of all existing members. This can either be to categorize, for organization, or just for fun!

Revision as of 07:57, 26 February 2021

census taker (n.)
SynonymsCensys Taker
Applies toheadmates, system functions
CoinerSprite System

This term is a system role or descriptor that can be placed on a member within a system. Census takers (or censys takers) are members of a system whose role is/they enjoy either taking count of new members or taking count of all existing members. This can either be to categorize, for organization, or just for fun!