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In keeping with the Monasterial theme of the place, there should be fewer distractions from our worship of the goddess Code and her chief priestess, Perl.

If votes become public - aside from the two extremes, Best Nodes and Worst Nodes, then voting becomes a personality contest. Who would want to see this in the chatterbox: "<jcwren> /msh neshura But I thought you liked me, neshura, why did you vote -- on my post?"

(Last time, jcwren, promise. <G>)

- Ozymandias

In reply to RE: RE: RE: Seeing who gives you a positive on a post by Ozymandias
in thread Seeing who gives you a positive on a post by Apterigo

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