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Halfbakery Walk of Fame

Keep the profile pages of deactivated accounts, with created/destroyed dates added
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Oh for the great bakers of times past...

Giants who walked this land ere time began.

In vain those who follow after seek their truth,

Kings who saw the Halfbakery's youth.

It seems to me that tantalising glimpses of past bakers remain amongst the deleted annos that litter older ideas. Who were these people? Some sort of obaketuary (sorry) would be a nice thing to have... maybe people could be prompted to update their profile page one last time before deleting their accounts. Future bakers could then know a bit about their forebears.

david_scothern, Jun 14 2004

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       Sheesh - what about Big Thor?!
DrCurry, Jun 14 2004
  

       And [UnaBubba], too, has gone to the great croissant factory in the sky. <sniffle>
half, Jun 14 2004
  

       list alert.
po, Jun 15 2004
  

       Right ahead, cap'n!
Fishrat, Jun 15 2004
  

       Not many of the bakers in the emerging list above are *deleted* as such though are they? Only [alcin]...   

       //I saw UB annotate something recently// Define recently...
Lacus Trasumenus, Jun 15 2004
  

       yesterday but he wore a big hat and dark glasses.
po, Jun 15 2004
  

       UnaBubba's definitely about, although the last post I saw from him was met with "Now look what you've done... you've aroused the demon from his slumbers"...   

       DrFowler didn't leave. She was taken, but her account remains.
david_scothern, Jun 15 2004
  

       I would suspect (with admittedly very little basis) that as many accounts have been nuked by the site owner and her helpers as have been deleted by their owners. The profile pages of deactivated accounts may be more a Hall of Infamy than a Walk of Fame.
angel, Jun 15 2004
  

       Perhaps if the font were different?
bristolz, Oct 13 2004
  

       I rather like it like this.
RayfordSteele, Oct 13 2004
  

       <sigh> Baked, right here... almost.
david_scothern, Jan 21 2008
  
      
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