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Without mentioning any names, I think that some monks are way too trigger-happy with the frontpaging, as some are with considering for deletion. In addition to the different proposals above, I'd like to suggest that a person can only frontpage a certain number of nodes every week.

I realize that what people think is worthy of the frontpage is very different, and I respect others opinions - but I tend to see a few names after "Frontpaged by" a little too often, and a bit too often on quite uninteresting nodes (in my subjective opinion, which isn't enough I know).

I think a cap on this might enforce some thought before frontpaging.

Note that this has little to do with if the above mentioned node should have been frontpaged or not (or deleted), but I rather took the chance to add a general view on the system if there is a chance this part of the system goes in for a revamp/overhaul soon. It was also quite recently discussed in the thread Am I a power-mad Friar?.


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In reply to Re: Front Page with Negative Rep.. by Dog and Pony
in thread Front Page with Negative Rep.. by Moonie

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