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This seems way overdone, but it's your choice merlyn. I have nothing against you or your posts. Usually, I find them to be informative. The tone may not be as friendly as it could be at times, but the information is good (which is usually all a questioner wants..).

But, I find this idea to be a tad ridiculous.. why don't you just ask vroom to somehow add our names to our votes, that way you can see exactly who is downvoting you. Hmm, maybe that's not how this site or community is supposed to be. Maybe having the freedom to vote on what nodes are appropriate and what nodes may not be is part of the users choice. It's not a perfect world, those who have a 'beef' with you should just discuss it with you privately. Unfortunately, they may have chosen a different route - but citing their names by each post isn't going to get them to say 'Oh yea..I'm sorry.. I was the one who downvoted you' - in reality, there are a few names who are always on and I seriously doubt they are the ones who are voting, yet their names will most likely always be on your list. Is that fair? I think not. Maybe it's just one of those things - to brush aside and let go...

In reply to Re: Posting "Other Users" on potential personality voters from now on by LD2
in thread Posting "Other Users" on potential personality voters from now on by merlyn

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