I just visited Nodes to Consider and found several
"useless thank-you nodes" listed. I voted to keep all of
them as did the majority of voters. All of them actually
contained useful information about which solution worked
and so I consider them valuable.
Even if they hadn't, I will vote to keep even truely
"useless" thank-you nodes. Deleting of nodes should be
reserved for truely bad nodes. I really feel that we
shouldn't be trying to clean house with Nodes to Consider
and it appears that most monks who can (level 6 and above)
and do vote there agree with me.
I suggest that submitting such border-line nodes for
consideration just ends up sucking up the time of
high-level monks who are trying to help with deleting
truely bad content.
(but my friends call me "Tye")
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