1. When a new member posts for the first time, it feels like members race to welcome them to the community and offer help. This makes it a very welcoming place.
2. Members of all experience levels are never made to feel like they're asking a stupid question. We're human and we can't be expected to know everything about every subject. That's why we're here, so I greatly appreciate the lack of flaming for newbie questions.
3. All members take to heart the name and intention of the site - the 'Ethical' Hacker Network. We could easily flame those who ask blatantly obvious questions and be done with it. But the EH-Net Community goes the extra step. If someone shows signs of either being part of or leaning towards the dark side, we not only tell them why their wrong, but try our best to bring them over to the good side. That's impressive.
Now it's your turn. Tell us why you joined, what you appreciate most about the community, and, of course, what we could do to make things better.
Many thanks to you all,
PS - Would it be too much to ask this to also be a call to action to spread the good word of EH-Net to those far and wide? Tell your friends, co-workers, classmates, other portals and forums... As most of you know, I know how to return a favor (he says with his index finger bouncing on his temple). Forgive yet another Godfather reference.