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I like the last three suggestions. I can see the second idea being useful in other ways, too. For example, recently there was one with a reason something like 'this is vague and pointless' and I wanted to add that in addition, it was a duplicate of an earlier node.

I'm not sure about the first one, since it seems like a possible opportunity for the same kind of conflicts that have been brought up with voting. I am assuming that vroom, at least, knows who has made the request, so there is the possibility to sort things in case of abuses. On the other hand, I'm willing to stand by all the suggestions I make to nodes to consider. Maybe if the suggestion I made earlier were implemented, it would be good to have the name shown only on the nodes to consider page, and not on any of the other pages.

Kudra, who's thinking all this should maybe have been a new thread.

In reply to (kudra: mostly agree) Re: More suggestions to Consider by kudra
in thread Nodes to consider changes by vroom

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