|I think voting -- can be a good thing, if it is productive, but this “shadow” voting seem counter-productive.
If I had to comment on everything I voted on, I'd never get
anything read. I vote on the value of the post and hope my votes will somehow provide guidance on what I want to see in the community.
Look, it's just XP. It won't feed me, clothe me, satisfy my spiritual needs, or help me figure out CGI.pm. I'm glad you're here to learn with me, and I hope you won't let a few naysayers keep you from learning more perl. Code on.
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