Games to be played once we have something like this:
- Vote for your own nodes! Create a post as an AM, log in, vote for the node, then claim it.
- Claim someone elses node. Find a place with lots of Perlmonks, a YAPC for instance. Snoop the local WiFi network. Intercept an unlock phrase. Claim ownership.
- Post a (potential) controversional node as an AM. See whether it gets support. Claim the node if it does get support, and don't if it doesn't.
- Create a whole thread of AMs replying to each other. Later decide which nodes to claim.
And that's with just half a minute of thinking. I'm sure people can come up with better games to play.
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