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Once you've added the link to your free nodelet, and go here, the interface should be repalaced by something that looks like this screenie

The goal is to create a rich ajaxified (and hopefully faster) interface, for at least the everyday tasks of using Perlmonks like browsing and composing nodes and chatting. Think Perlmonks 2.0

As it is, the software is in draft-mode. i plan to create a plugin mechanism for the gadgets in the accordion on the left, so others can step in easily.

Regarding your not working: I'm testing atm on firefox only. could you fire up firebug and watch for errors or failed requests?

Update: Links fixed


holli, /regexed monk/

In reply to Re^2: A new face for Perlmonks by holli
in thread A new face for Perlmonks by holli

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