Ok. This is not an original idea, but E2's (the website) other users nodelet lists a * or some kind of character next to people who are gods for example, and so on, and I figure, doing the same for our chatterbox might not be a bad idea.
This post prompted me about thinking how many times have I had to look at the editors node to see who is an editor, and then checking the other users nodelet to see if they're here, cause I wanted something taken care of within the hour.
Knowing who's an editor by looking at the other users nodelet would make this more than simple.
So here it is, a call to pmdevers, everywhere, who'll take on this patch? (make the other users nodelet display an *e* next to an editor)
update: I'm usually here around midnight and after PST, when kudra ain't around ;D (and i'm a very responsible QAndAEditor).
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