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I suddenly had this idea, but I'm not so sure it's a good one!
Lately, many people have probably noticed that several usernames have been changed.
- maleteen2000 - mt2k
- i_had_a_little_trouble_so_i_came_up_with_this - i43s

I was thinking, maybe there could be an option that can change your username automatically.
You could maybe have the OPTION (not madatory) to change your username no more often than once every 2 months or so.
New usernames would be posted under 'Newest Nodes' as a section called 'Changed Usernames'.
I thought it would be kinda cool to be able to modify my name once I get bored of mt2k.

What does everyone else think??
I am worried about the reputation on this node :)


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