I see that "Monsignor foo" labels in the node authoring header were added in response to the potential for trolling. As an atheist, I've always intensely disliked the religious overtones of the different levels and this just makes it worse.
I do appreciate the time and effort that some volunteer spent on coding it up. Contributing in my own way as I do to Perl gives me some measure of what it takes.
Be that as it may, I would like some way to opt out of the labels altogether, or at a minimum just show the numeric level, because I could not figure out the ranks of a sexton and curate if my life depended on it (nor am I sure that the ability to do so provides any useful metric). I had a look at User Settings, but didn't see anything. If it's planned, then that's grand.
• another intruder with the mooring in the heart of the Perl
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