I don't understand you here.
I would not go to another supersearch, but just click on your name, then on your
'writeups', but that's not what i ment.
the Perl Monks User Search that ambrus
suggests. (thanks ysth
I'd like to create a way of 'rewarding' monks so they feel like giving more effort in creating better nodes/answers than those
that are not.
gave a good reason why not, GrandFather
gave a good reason why we should.
I don't want to create a 'vote shower', but the thing is, the Voting/Experience System
works, even though it should be a non issue, everyone likes his nodes (and then ego) to be ++ed.
I won't -- you here, but i'd never do it this
I'm lying now, i gave one person
all my possible ++ votes because of a joke / chat in the chatterbox one day...
"We all agree on the necessity of compromise. We just can't agree on when it's necessary to compromise." - Larry Wall.
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