Here, you can post requests for action to the PerlMonks site janitors. However, this normally should not be necessary, and is considered a route of last resort.Deprecated; in fact, so deprecated that the form for posting no longer exists on this page.
The preferred way to make such requests is through the consideration process.
However, you must be Friar in order to do that. Monks of lower levels need other means.
The next best way is probably to enter the chatterbox, see if there are any janitors about, and discuss the matter with them. Even if there are no janitors chatting in the cb, there will almost certainly be some Friars who can create the consideration for you.
Failing even that, we suggest that you simply /msg janitors with your request. They will see it in their inbox.
If all of the above fail to get your request noticed by the janitors, posting here probably won't work either. :-)
I have /msg'd QandAEditors asking for a modification to node 452025 and waited semi-patiently for someone to at least acknowledge that I had requested a change. First /msg was sent around 12 hours ago, latest sent within the last hour.
After a discussion about negative numbers with Roy Johnson, I discovered several problems with the code within that node. I have created some code to fix those problems, and made that available via my scratchpad.
I would like the updated code on the scratchpad to replace the bad code that currenly exists in the above linked node.
Am I expecting the Q&A people to respond faster than they typically do? Or is there some reason I've been ignored (at least thats the way I'm feeling now, it maybe I'm not) so far?
This node was posted by mistake here, and later realized the fact, and my question is "cant my node be deleted on my request". My pressing need was " i dont want my node in worst node of the year", do u have any other solution. kindly delete
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