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I'm coming in late, as I was offline during the holidays... It seems to me that posts about XP may end up going negative. I am too lazy to back this up with data. My making this comment seems to reinforce this point, as I felt inclined to downvote you, and then in a fit of perversity, voted you up. Go figure. My posting here won't help my XP.

That said, I found out about this thread in "Recently Active Threads", not the front page. Your post isn't about PM, it's about XP. You are doomed as long as you focus on your own XP, or other monk's XP, instead of the real focus of this site: a support network for perl people.

I have asked stupid questions here, and received helpful answers. I have posted unhelpful answers by not thinking clearly, and have regretted them and revised them to indicate my error. I come here often, and learn new things. As my other brothers and sisters have pointed out, a response that seems unhelpful to you may be just what I needed. Don't try to judge the whole site's content according to your own experience. perlmonks works because of the diversity of the members, not because of the authority (or XP) of any one member.

--bibo


In reply to Re: Why do nodes with minimal value get upvoted most? by bibo
in thread Why do nodes with minimal value get upvoted most? by Eyck

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