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I would just like to ask what timescales are set for the implementation of these new measures?

I visit perlmonks every day, I cast all my votes as I like to express my interest in what is written here, I post when I have problems and I am grateful for what help I receive. The majority of my XP probably comes from voting. I tend to upvote nodes on the front page as they make me think, I upvote interesting nodes in SoPW as they come through. I rarely downvote, unless I see something is blatently wrong and *I* can see it. I think my useage pattern is reasonably typical of a monk here.

Make the changes, but let us know when :) There doesn't seem to be much opposition ;) It would take an awful lot of changes to stop perlmonks from being a site I check every single day.

Bukowski - aka Dan (dcs@black.hole-in-the.net)
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In reply to Re: Possible changes to Voting/XP by Bukowski
in thread Possible changes to Voting/XP by theonetwo

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