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There was a request to create more accountability and/or discussion as to why a node was put on the Nodes To Consider. Our allmighty and forethinking master already included a simple way to make (optional) accountability possible, here is how I use the "Reason to consider"-edit box :

([Corion]) This node has personal attacks, which have no place here.

The engine then turns this on the Nodes To Consider page into

Reason: (Corion) This node has personal attacks, which have no place here.

If somebody then browses the Nodes To Consider, my nick is there and I can be easily contacted for further discussion on this node and my request.

The good thing about this is, that it is completely voluntary, if you don't want any discussion about why you proposed a node for editing or as food for the dark one, you don't need to put your name there.

Any comments / other suggestions are welcome !

In reply to Considerations of Nodes To Consider by Corion

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