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Re^7: Anonymous Monk? (or not)

by tye (Cardinal)
on Jan 20, 2011 at 07:35 UTC ( #883263=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^6: Anonymous Monk? (or not)
in thread Anonymous Monk?

*sigh* Actually, I don't really have any "inside information" about how anonymous access can be improved. The information I have about that came by virtue of paying attention. If you are curious about what is widely considered good and bad about anonymous access, just read some of the threads linked from this thread. I browsed a few of them recently. I was reminded of a lot of things.

I think it would likely be useful to start building up a list of bullet points about the good and bad of anonymous access. If you want to wait for tye to do it because he knows lots of secrets about that, then you are wrong and you'll be waiting a long time.

- tye        


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Re^8: Anonymous Monk?
by Gavin (Canon) on Jan 20, 2011 at 12:54 UTC

    "If you are curious about what is widely considered good and bad about anonymous access, just read some of the threads linked from this thread.

    No.

    My interest was in how you thought they could be improved bearing in mind your knowledge of the workings of PM.

      For being so eager to seek my wisdom, it might do you to pay more attention to the wisdom I offer. If you are interested in what I think should be improved, then you should have written "Yes" not "No". As I tried to tell you, you can find what I think should be improved by reading what I and others have already said should be improved.

      - tye        

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