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In MHO I feel that posting the worst nodes could only discourage those in favor of posting on PM. Which is sort of pushing away new comers like myself. It's like discouraging students from participating in class. I love reading people's posts, be it they posted something good or bad. Some of you posted here that you feel that it would be a good way of showing people what not to do. Instead of putting a name to error wouldn't it be more discreet to just create a node that described a list of things not to do? -- Instead of linking the "worst nodes"? well, that's just how I feel at least.

In reply to Re: On Worst Nodes by thaigrrl
in thread On Worst Nodes by Petruchio

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