Overall a great idea. I would vote for them being
temporary in nature. Two hours is too short of a
time however. A power-outtage in your area while you are
working and that lovely bit of scrap you were going to save
is now gone when the power comes back four hours later.
Perhaps say twelve hours from the last time someone edited
the scrap node. Or maybe even a full day. This way, if
people are still interested in fiddling with the node's
contents, it would be around. But, then again, if it is
that interesting, then maybe it should be permanent after
all! Absolutely no XP for creating or adding to one though.
"I quit; I concede. Tanj on your silly game!" -- Louis Wu
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