I'll admit I may have jumped the gun on this one.
I'm a coder and today that meant I wanted to implement this when preliminary results showed that people thought it was a good idea rather than waiting for 100% of the vote.
Best decision? Probably not. The good news is it's by no means final if it doesn't work we can move just as quickly in another direction. Anyone who has a level now keeps that level because the XP required for a level hasn't changed you just might have to work differently to earn XP in the future. If you've got a concern that you don't want to get lost in the shuffle /msg me or e-mail me. The days have passed when I can read everything on the site and still add features.
I'll take most good ideas to heart and do something about them, Perl Monks wouldn't be what is today without a lot of your good ideas.
vroom | Tim Vroom | email@example.com
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