|> I just get the feeling that perlmonks is a place you can wander round, taking your time, meeting people if you want, studying, browsing, all at a leisurely pace ...
Sure, I agree with all that. I've had a lovely time wandering around myself. But that doesn't mean we can't have little improvements here and there. We want to draw people in, to make them want to wander around. We don't want anyone to get frustrated trying to understand how things work.
At least that's the way I see it.
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