in reply to Perlmonks 'Not logged in Error' - Proposal for fix

I had the issue to be logged into but google site-searches only showed

I also logged into and after correcting most of my bookmarks I had no more problems. So I recommend chosing as your primary server.

If you are still experiencing any problems, I'm sure it's possible to configure an automatic redirection in your browser, at least with JS.

For instance see

If you log into any new server popping up, you can also use a free nodelet hack for redirection.. ... I can show you how if you're interested!

I certainly doubt that the gods will ever do a redirection on server side, to many people have used this behavior already.

Cheers Rolf

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Re^2: Perlmonks 'Not logged in Error' - Proposal for fix
by tmharish (Friar) on Jan 20, 2013 at 12:30 UTC

    Thanks for solutions LanX and I would love it if you could help with the 'free nodelet hack for redirection'.

    On the other hand I somehow believe that since PerlMonks is a primary resource for Perl programmers ( both experienced and novice ) the default behavior of the site should be user friendly.

    Most of those experienced with perlmonks would realize they are not logged-in when the page turns blue ( from the logged-in red ). Whats more, those wanting to use two logins can just as easily use multiple browser sessions to achieve this.

    Don't you think that default behavior should help newcomers as opposed to those who are experienced and can find ways to achieve what they want to anyway?

        Does help! Thank you.