This strikes me as a good idea, so I'd like to hear people's input. In e2 you can bookmark any node in the system, and the list of your bookmarks show up publicly in your user page. Would it be impossible to enable this feature on Perlmonks?

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(crazyinsomniac: likes it, sorta) Re: Public lists of node bookmarks
by crazyinsomniac (Prior) on Feb 14, 2002 at 23:51 UTC
Re: Public lists of node bookmarks
by simon.proctor (Vicar) on Feb 14, 2002 at 15:09 UTC
    Under your user settings you may add nodes to your personal nodelet. You can then add as many nodes as you like and 'bookmark' them. I do this all the time. Take a look at the site faqs to learn more.
      I know about that feature, but it's hardly as intuitive and convenient as a "Bookmark this node" link on every page.
Re: Public lists of node bookmarks
by jlongino (Parson) on Feb 16, 2002 at 17:09 UTC
    Between the personal nodelet, arranging favorites on home nodes and web browser bookmarking features I can't really see the need for it.

    Personally, I find my browser bookmarks the easiest to use since they're available at the top of every window, I can create folders and subfolders, and don't have to scroll four pagefuls down to find the top of my personal nodelet. Yes, I know I can move the position of the personal nodelet around, but it is the least used of my nodelets so I'd rather keep it at the bottom.

    I do agree with your point that the current personal nodelet system is not very intuitive to use. Perhaps some improvements could be made in that area.

    --Jim