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I've has a few thoughts about considering. Having accidentally considered a node by typing in the wrong box (drunk in charge of a keyboard, guilty as charged), I wonder whether there could be more options for the considerer.

How about allowing the considerer to add text to their initial remark. Then, I could have put D'oh! or equivalent when I realised what I had done.

Also, people suggesting changing the title without supplying a new title could be /MSGed and be able to add their title afterwards.

This could also be used for circumstances where there is more than one reason to consider a node: e.g. it may need change of title and code tags, but the original considerer only thought of the title. Someone else cannot consider the node until it has been cleared by an editor. Under my proposal you /MSG the considerer and he adds your suggestion if he agrees with it.

My $0.02, --rW


In reply to Re: Remember, before you consider, please, Please, PLEASE: by rinceWind
in thread Remember, before you consider, please, Please, PLEASE: by kudra

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