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I wasn't blaming the messenger by any means.

As far as still seeing a lot of nodes that are not being approved, that's one of my beefs with not allowing self approval.

It makes more work. As a level 10 monk, I can be trusted to know what nodes are worth approving and what nodes are not, unless they are my own? I don't hit the SOPW page often, usually I go to Newest Nodes, so it's easy to read a node, even answer it without noticing the root node has not been approved. I do make an effort to hit SOPW occasionally and see what needs approving.

I hate to think that on a weekend or late night, that if I face a "dead in the water" problem, that I might not get help because the few monks logged in are not of a high enough level to see it. (TheDamian was < level 5 not that long ago)


"To be civilized is to deny one's nature."

In reply to Re: Re: Self-actualization... by shotgunefx
in thread Self-actualization considered harmful (no more "self front-paging/approving") by tye

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