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Sticking with what cjf has already said, my suggestion would be to not use too many nodelets, especially the ones that make 'outside' connections (such as the CPAN nodelet) as they may cripple your page loads for good.

Answering to your question(s):

Which nodelets do you use, or do you use the standard set?

Yes, I'm using the standard ones and even less than that. The few nodes that I find specifically useful is the 'Personal Nodelet' where I keep links to nodes I like to frequent often (such as 'Saints in our Book' {grin}). I'm not sure as to the chatterbox. It may or may not be useful. However, I still chose to stick with it at least for a little while. Along with CB, 'Other Users' nodelet is a good pick. I appreciate knowing who's in the monastery with me at any given point. And the last two are the 'Sections' and the 'Information' nodelets. That's all ;-).

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In reply to Re: Nodelet types, uses, and (relative) usefulness by vladb
in thread Nodelet types, uses, and (relative) usefulness by atcroft

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