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chromatic suggested that notes be ordered by reputation. What does everyone think about that. I've implemented that for responses in the Categorized Questions and Answers section. The answers with the highest reputation will show up at the top of the list. Right now Anonymous Monk's writeups can't be voted on so those writeups will always have a reputation of 0. Do people like the idea of ordering notes that way as well. If people reply to the note or node they are actually replying to notes should still be threaded correctly and the responses should make sense. The only problem is that you no longer can tell which order nodes were added easily. I suppose we could make note ordering configureable, I mean that's what the Everything Engine is all about but I'd like to hear all of your thoughts.

vroom | Tim Vroom | vroom@cs.hope.edu

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