full ack! ++
- Most regulars are well aware of the "phenomenon", so it's boring them to discus it again and again.
- But since we are interested to attract new monks, we need to make casual visitors aware of it. Best before them getting frustrated.
So just a short linking to an older "overview" thread on the subject seems to be the best compromise.
This only needs to happen from time to time, and can also be done in consideration boxes.
FWIW: One possible candidate can be found on my home node:
-> All you need to know about SundialSvc4
more at LanX#Sundial
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