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Strange, I got the feeling some discussion was happening right here and still yet the most controversial part is not yet deployed (and the other parts were announced quite a few years ago so I don't think you can reasonably complain about not having had a chance to discuss those -- and precursors of this most controversial feature were being discussed years ago as well).

My apologies. I was under the impression they were implemented already.

As some of my co-workers like to say "I can't even remember what happened two days ago let alone last week". :-) So maybe some links to those discussions that happened years ago would have been in order?

I several times lightly lamented that there was not more contributions from other monks.

Well, FWIW I have been thanked privately for raising the plagiarism incident (ironically by people likely more concerned about it than I am). Anyway, I would say my work here is done as the issue has been raised and acknowledged. Again, thanks for responding and have a happy Thanksgiving!

In reply to Re^7: History now influences voting (intervention) by Argel
in thread History now influences voting by tye

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