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When I'm browsing the site, I occasionally want to look at the list of my writeups. Usually looking for reputation or replies to replies (which we don't get notification of).

I find that I'm accessing this more frequently than my "home node". Now this may just be the way that I use the site, but it seems to me that I have a link to my home node at the top of the page but no easy way to get my writups. It maybe that this facility exists and I haven't stumbled across it yet. Yes I know the link I'm looking for is on my home node. Here's the thing, that's the only reason I ever have for accessing my home node. It just adds another page I have to go through to get where I'm really going.

Would it be desireable/possible to get another link added to the standard header for monks who are logged in. So you would have (in my case)

log nuance out nuance home nuance writeups

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    [Lady_Aleena]: Or what Discipulus said.
    [shmem]: Lady_Aleena: geany supports ctags.
    [Discipulus]: a good compromise can be my ($need, $opts_ref) = @_ a scalar and an hash reference
    [Discipulus]: see you monks!
    [Lady_Aleena]: shmem, let me get this sub rewritten, then I will look into how to use ctags in geany. Deal? 8)
    [shmem]: Discipulus: yeah, that might eventually prepare the path for OO ;-)
    [Lady_Aleena]: See you, Discipulus.
    [shmem]: Lady_Aleena: that's up to you. I only wanted to show you a path that might be more comforting than command line grep ;-)
    [Lady_Aleena]: shmem, I don't think any of my modules could be converted to OO. They are too procedural.
    [Lady_Aleena]: Now I will see if my perl-fu is as bad as I think it is.

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