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actually I have not yet cared about the approval status of a node, and I wouldn't know how to get it. I simply have not found the time yet to read some docs about what this is and how to use. Furthermore, although I'm a level 6 I don't feel like I should name nodes that are to be deleted or something.

Maybe I'd know what I'm talking about in detail if -when I reached that level- a short introduction would have appeared. This would give the act of reaching a new and higher level some more ..uhm.. severity, just like in the old days when I was very active at roleplaying :-)

One might feel that this is a ignorant point I take, but OTOH it might as well stand as the experience of just another (almost daily) visitor to this site.

Oh, and since we're talking about all this: will I find the description what exactly I can/should do with that approval nodelet in the "Need Help?"-section?

Regards... Stefan

In reply to Re: Reminders for Friars, etc... by stefan k
in thread Reminders for Friars, etc... by footpad

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