I'm actually inclined to agree with alakaboo.
Were the change mirod suggested made (namely that search
results include the author's name), I would see no
further reason to put my name in the title and would
stick with just my summary instead of the name/summary
combination I use now.
At the time that I made my original proposal,
supersearch couldn't be limited by name, and newest
nodes didn't show the author's name by the post in
most instances. Things have obviously changed a bit
since then, and in light of that I would much rather
vroom implement the one additional change that would
make name-attaching useless than have him automatically
Oh, and tilly, I still have that link on my page, it's
just called 'My title scheme' instead of what you remembered.
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