is now in place. Look at his homenode to learn more about his interests.
Basically his job is to delete all of those bottom of the barrel kinds of nodes. Since the NodeReaper
doesn't have much control over his own node-killing tendencies, he relies on the communities judgment for the nodes that he kills. In order for a node to be reaped it needs to have a negative reputation, 5 delete votes from the nodes to consider
page and 2 or less keep votes. Once node reaping occurs the questionable node becomes the NodeReaper
's. He places a link to a location where you can visit the old node and the reason it was considered for deletion if one was provided. He also /msg's the owner of the node telling them what has occurred. Nodes without any replies are just plain deleted when they reach the criteria specified above.
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