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I tend to disagree, for two reasons.

First of all, I don't feel like going everyday to the Newest Nodes page and taking time to memorize people's new usernames.

Secondly, some people have established identities for their usernames, so that when you hear their name, you immediately know who they are and that they are devoted to PerlMonks. When people keep changing their usernames, the usernames lose their meaning and it just becomes "What we will call you this week."

You know, maybe people should be allowed to change their username, but in that case, people should lose all their XP, also, since they are under a new identity.

-- zdog (Zenon Zabinski)
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In reply to (zdog) RE: Username Changing by zdog
in thread Username Changing by mt2k

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