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Your nodes are under your nose! In your home node there is the number of your writeups. That's a link to your nodes. They should be all there. Nobody has misplaced them.

It's easy to see why Wassercrats writes the way he does when he encounters posts like this. There's no reason for this, especially since someone more polite and helpful had already answered the original question.

So what if the information he's looking for is in the FAQs? Post the links to the appropriate sections, if you feel the need, and he'll get the idea. People do this for me all of the time. But keep your invective to yourself, even if the OP should know better. He's not the only one reading the thread. Flaming people for asking questions - even trivial questions - is counter to the purpose and spirit of this site. If you don't like the question, nobody's forcing you to answer it.

PerlMonks is not as simple to figure out as some people seem to believe. I've read the FAQs, the CB help, etc., and it's like reading perlfunc. There's a LOT in there. People are going to miss stuff. Stuff on the site changes without notice. Take it easy, folks!

And before you reply on and on about W, remember, I'm talking about YOU, not him.


In reply to Re^2: Missing Nodes by Rhys
in thread Missing Nodes by Wassercrats

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