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As many of you higher monks know I added the nodes to consider feature a while ago. Basically people over level 6 can submit a node here and then vote on what needs to be done with it.

A few things need to change to improve this so it's actually usable:

  • A spot for a short message describing the problem with the node
  • A way for high level monks to vote on these and have actions taken accordingly. For instance perhaps when the votes to delete a node are higher than 5 and double the number of votes to keep the node it is automatically deleted. Or perhaps when there were 5 votes for a node to be edited the author would be /msged with the reasons the node was put under consideration
Just some ideas to better automate the task of cleaning this place up. Let me know what if you guys have any good ideas to throw into the mix.

vroom | Tim Vroom |

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