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Having chilled at the monastery for a while now I am seeing the same nodes come up again and again. Now this is mainly because newbies dont know about super search and the basic search engine is quite weak. So hows about getting the supersearch a link on the main page? In addition hows about setting up a page (poss in the library) of reference nodes. Nodes that provide particulary good answers, or answers to common questions. Our respected monks could then file a node into this library for newbies (and not so new(bies)) 1 to examine later.
1 Is this a trait restricted to CS ppl? Requiring that brackets be correctly matched in english.
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