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perhaps it is actually better to solve the problem at the source. wouldn't more people keep the voting booth nodelet on if the nodelet shrank after voting? if, say, it showed a summary of results rather than the whole poll? (after all, the Win95 people can't use crons. and that doesn't mean we don't want their vote, does it?

does it?

well, no need to get personal...)

then again, i don't know what kind of logic can go into a nodelet.


In reply to Re: Voting Booth Nodelet Watcher by Vynce
in thread Voting Booth Nodelet Watcher by jcwren

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