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I'd take that a step further and bring the front-paging into line with the consideration process and have it require at least two votes and maybe the full five before it went through.

A few times I've though a node should be FP'd but not done so because I also wished to respond to it. If it to more than my vote, then I wouldn't face the dilemma of only doing one or the other.

I've also seen some stuff out there that I wouldn't have voted for FPing. If it took more than one person's opinion, that would be less likely to happen.

Well It's better than the Abottoire, but Yorkshire!

In reply to Re: Possible change to node approval/frontpage process by BrowserUk
in thread Possible change to node approval/frontpage process by claree0

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