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I'll try to clarify the points I made in the CB:

This isn't a bad idea and would be "nice to have." However, since:

  • Most recently considered nodes appear first
  • There are fairly clear visual indicators about whether or not you've already reviewed a node
  • This would probably require a user preference (and resulting changes in the Configuration screens/databases), it's not as trivial as you might think. Case in point, I for one want the option of being able to list all nodes under consideration.

In addition, there are (as of this writing), only ten nodes in NTC, it seems like it should have a lower priority than other needs. Since maintenance is usually handled on a volunteer basis when time is available *and* since there's a lot of things on the wish list, I'm not sure I'd expect to see this added very quickly.

I may be wrong though and frequently am.

--f


In reply to Re: Filtering Nodes to Consider by footpad
in thread Filtering Nodes to Consider by Molt

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