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Re: Re: Congrats to Erudil

by dragonchild (Archbishop)
on Jan 05, 2004 at 13:35 UTC ( #318840=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Congrats to Erudil
in thread Congrats to Erudil

Maybe we should have 'best nodes' lists that allow us to display/exclude nodes from threads in certain areas. For example, I'm not an obfu writer, so I don't really care about best nodes in obfu. I do read Meditations, so I'd like to see Best Nodes limitable by that area. Maybe, as an option on the config section?

As a nearly unrelated sidenote, it would be neat to have a grid in the config section where you choose which areas you want displayed. The rows would be the areas (Gates, Seekers, Meditations, Discussion, etc.) and the columns would be "Newest Nodes", "Best Nodes", "Mediation", etc. So, I could choose to have discussion on my newest nodes, but not in my best nodes.

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Re: ^3 Congrats to Erudil
by xenchu (Friar) on Jan 07, 2004 at 15:28 UTC

    I like the idea, as suggested by dragonchild, of a grid in the config section to allow a monk to choose which 'best nodes' to appear on his page. However I would like to see the idea extended to a separate node or web page with links to all those 'best nodes'. That way all such nodes could be accessed in one place at need.

    xenchu


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