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To think this all started when CheeseLord said he had the ambition of being mentioned on every home node and someone else pointed out that as he was only mentioned on 10 of them, he really had his work cut out for him. :)
ar0n suggested a webring, and ~10 seconds later, OeufMayo had one ready.*

(Oops: My memory is failing. It was CheeseLord himself who pointed out that he had his work cut out for himself, and it was only 4 nodes then. )

The code above is up on my site, so anyone can join the Cheesy Webring. You can see who is a citizen of the Free Cheese Nation via the member list. Show your support and add yourself to the ring while you're there. The program provides sample code that you can use in your home node.**

I've added a delete option, so if you develop an allergy to Wensleydale /msg me and I'll give you the URL.


*Some may find it ironic that CheeseLord is not directly mentioned in the Cheesy Webring.

**If your level is not high enough, the Cheesy Webring image won't appear, but don't worry, you're still in the club. The image will show up once you reach level 5.


In reply to Re: Cheesy Webring by virtualsue
in thread Cheesy Webring by OeufMayo

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