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Idea: Most Visited Nodes

by tedv (Pilgrim)
on Dec 02, 2000 at 03:38 UTC ( #44514=monkdiscuss: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

I don't have many nodes in my personal nodelet. But I do have Worst Nodes and Best Nodes (primarly because I can't find links to them), and I enjoy reading them for entertainment and enlightenment respectively. Maybe I'm pathetic, but I visit Worst Nodes far more often than Best Nodes. That begs a question... Which nodes do you Perl Monks visit the most often in a given day? Week? Ever? Is there a node that tracks (or could track) this information, much like Best Nodes and Worst Nodes?

-Ted

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Re: Idea: Most Visited Nodes
by lemming (Priest) on Dec 02, 2000 at 03:42 UTC
    Check out Most Visited Nodes via id#

    Update: Not that it's the easiest to find node on perlmonks
    And again: Yesterday, my thought processes were wierded out. Thanks tye
      Um, er, thanks. Thought I was the only person with good ideas I guess. Maybe I should go downvote myself now for being redundant. :)

      -Ted

      Two things. First, I'm ready to bet that Most Visited Nodes hasn't been updated in a long time.

      Second, how did you make your link to that node? I'm guessing you typed something like:

      <a href="http://perlmonks.org/index.pl?node_id=2519"> Most Visited Nodes</a>
      I say this because I'm currently visiting www.perlmonks.org and so clicking on your link "logs me out" because I don't have a cookie for just plain perlmonks.org.

      You can save me a lot of grief and yourself a lot of typing by making such a link by typing [Most Visited Nodes] (like I did) or [id://2519] (which will look like this: Most Visited Nodes). You can also do [id://2519|already got one] or [Most Visited Nodes|you mean like this?] to get these: already got one or you mean like this?.

              - tye (but my friends call me "Tye")

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