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After doing a search and super search on replies on the User Search page, I decided to venture forward, at least knowing that if this topic has been suggested before, it's not readily apparent to me.

I noticed a bunch of requests for number of replies to Newest Nodes. I want to state that for the record, I don't tend to need that, but if you do, good for you. What I want is a feature that lets me see how many reply branches are extending from a node if I go to the Perl Monks User Search page and type in footpad. Then I get to see that 2 replies have been made to his latest node. This gets useful when you consider that the best way to keep track of all your postings is to hit the writeups link and, voila, there's a list of your nodes, their rep, and, if fate guides the hand of vroom in this direction, the number of replies shooting off of it.

Like I said, I probably wouldn't use the number of replies on Newest Nodes as I generally browse it for top level nodes anyway. But I do generally use the user search to find specific writeups where I want to know if more activity has been generated.

ALL HAIL BRAK!!!


In reply to Places where number of replies would be nice. by PsychoSpunk

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    [Corion]: marto: Thanks for pointing me to Tinc - I found at least some article that suggests that what I want would be possible with Tinc. Now I can try that out :)
    [marto]: I think you can do what you want without too much hassle, but yeah, please try and let me know if it works well :)
    [marto]: sadly I've still not remembered the name of that x86 all in one we discussed
    [Corion]: marto: Heh - I looked at the Intel things and they were all at EUR 80 or upwards, and that's a bit too much (or rather, for that money, I'd look for a NAS already)
    [marto]: click bait marketing is making it harder to find stuff I can't remember based upon a few terms :(

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