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It would be nice to have an cleaner go through and wipe all the users that have the login once, no writeups designation from Something like after a month, have NodeReaper or one of his minions do so for a few extra cherry pies.

Update: I agree with footpad, I'm just after the nicks that have never been used for more than one day with no input.
Current as of June 4, we have 1667 nicks with no login and 4395 that have logged in once with no writeups. Out of a total of 8553 logins that means only 30% of the nicks are or have ever been used

Update #2: According to jcwren, the "Logged In Once, No Write Ups" is really "Logged In at leastOnce, No Write Ups". So my math is a bit off. But anyone with a creation date and last time here that is the same should be considered if they have no writeups.

In reply to Re: Old, unused nick desired.. by lemming
in thread Old, unused nick desired.. by Anonymous Monk

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