o read/edit some of the wikis on the site.*
o post or update a book review or module review.
o see node reps in the results of Perl Monks User Search.
I updated the OP and added these 3 items (linking to your node for the wikis). I used ambrus
' wording for the node rep.
o change the interval of Recently Updated Home Nodes from the default
o appear in Monks Last Here.
I had never seen those before (or the wikis either). How would I navigate to those? Are they buried in non-default settings?
o use keywords. Both the Keyword Nodelet and Keyword Search are disabl
+ed for Anonymous Monk.
I didn't include that because it is in my "too many settings to mention for a summary" clause :)
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