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Very nice work.

I was curious to know what the reputation cut-off for the top 2000 turned out to be; if others are also, perhaps this could be added to the top.

I suspect I will only read through parts of selected best when I have a burst of free time. It would be nice if additional pages of 50 were available in case my time exceeds the available material. Would it be hard to put all 2000 into 40 pregenerated pages linked in sequence? That might lead to people scrolling through until they found one they are looking for, though; not a good thing for server performance.

A few nits: the as of line should have a semicolon instead of a comma and a lowercase n for "next refresh" (or a period and then a capital Next). On selected best nodes, "The days catch" should say "day's".

In reply to Re: Renovating Best Nodes by ysth
in thread Renovating Best Nodes by demerphq

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