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Your suggestion is a good one. However, while we always like to entertain suggestions for things that require Cabal or godly intervention, for normal things like posting nodes the Monastery is more about pitching in than about suggesting. What you've written would probably be just fine as a tutorial. ...so go ahead, write it up and submit it to the Tutorials section.

Dave


In reply to Re: Tutorials Suggestion by davido
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