For those of you at or above level 6 with your approval nodelet turned on. You can now select the consider node option which will bring a node to my attention on the Nodes to Consider
page (viewable if you're at level 6). There you can basically vote to keep, delete, or have a node edited. In the future deletion might happen automatically when a certain number of votes is reached, a /msg would probably be fired off to the editor of a node when a certain number of edit votes are reached.
Right now this mostly serves as a good way of bringing nodes to my attention. Voting more than once isn't blocked but will be before any of this additional functionality is added.
vroom | Tim Vroom | firstname.lastname@example.org
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