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I would post only to say how much I agree with your point of view, but I feel it necessary to add something to preserve the signal/noise ratio ;-)

My 2 cents idea :why isn't each new node created by default with a sort of 'monk etiquette/tutorial' describing 'good behaviour'
(with what you just said,node naming advices(kudra scheme?), advice to update their node/submit post,advice to first search in common places(perldoc, Faq,Supersearch...))

Of course this good behaviour should be defined by our saints and other experienced monks.
Or rather gathered from all over the site.
(all those info are disseminated on the site, but man have to choose them and put them all together in the homenode)

BTW It may make people personalize their node more often...
(to get rif off this 'default tutorial')

In reply to Re: Increasing the Signal/Noise ratio of PM by arhuman
in thread Increasing the Signal/Noise ratio of PM by mirod

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