With Perl you could easily build your own personal vote
history tracker. I envision a modest cgi script displaying
a few form elements in a small chromeless window used to
build and maintain a database of users and votes:
a text field and add button for adding new users to the db
a select field listing users in the db
++ and -- radio buttons
a vote button for adding a + or - vote to the selected user
a show button to display users and votes made on them by you
The database could be a simple listing of user|sum_of_votes
or something more complex that records the sequence, time,
node, etc, of each vote in a voting history.
I'm kind of busy and don't know what you want so think you
should write it and earn the ++ votes you'll deserve if you
do it well.
have fun - epoptai
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