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Hell yeah, Great Idea™!
Let's have all kinds of plugins needed to see the site: The more XP you have, the more ultra-cool-funky-features you get!
I'm growing tired of not seeing *at least* one mandatory plugin (Flash, ActiveX anyone?) needed to conveniently browse the site.

More seriously, such system would require a lot of work for vroom and I don't think it would add depth to what's going on here. But on the other hand, nothing stops you from listing the music you're listening to on your homenode and invite the other monks to do so, or set up a ShoutCast server or something like that, call it RadioMonk and spread the word!

Cheers, OeufMayo

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my $OeufMayo = new PerlMonger::Paris({http => 'paris.mongueurs.net'});</kbd>

In reply to Re: This is a monastery after all. by OeufMayo
in thread This IS a monastery after all. by bladx

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