Finally, I would like to apologize, again. In particular, for my part in not re-implementing enough of the password system at PerlMonks. There are quite a lot of improvements that I've long wanted to get to related to passwords at PerlMonks. Hashed passwords was certainly one of them.
Thanks, I'm glad to hear the acknowledgement, and the apology -- but it should be part of the above summary, not buried in the comments. And while I personally agree that one should never re-use passwords, the admonishing tone about that advice is a bit much... you're pointing the finger in the wrong direction.
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