and Best Nodes
currently list nodes from 2004 under 'Best / Worst Nodes of The Month' and 'Best / Worst Nodes of The Year'.
There are two ways I can think of to fix this
- Change the section titles: 'Worst Nodes of The Month' to 'Worst Nodes of The last 30 days' , 'Worst Nodes of The Year' to 'Worst Nodes of last 365 days' and likewise for Best Nodes.
- OR Instead of showing nodes from the last 30 days (for the Month section) or 365 days (for the Year section), show only nodes going back to the begining of the month or year.
Which of these do you prefer, or do you have any other ideas?
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