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Traditionally, we've let individual monks determine the formatting for their nodes and relied on /msg and Consideration to help keep things tidy.
Given the size of the backlog, these tools may help in the short term. YMMV.
Update: Whoops...my apologies. I just realized that you were talking about NTC, not Meditations. Very sorry. Still early here. This isn't the reply you're looking for. Move along. Move along.
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