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Re: How is it possible being a saint without posting?

by woolfy (Hermit)
on Oct 22, 2004 at 20:37 UTC ( #401681=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How is it possible being a saint without posting?

Quite some saints have a low number of postings. Like me. And hardly any of my posts contain Perl code. I became saint completely undeservedly by just reading a lot, and ++ or -- the things I read. I'm planning to be better at Perl and to be able to answer questions myself... Like other monks (saints, pontiffs, bishops,...) did in the past, I plan to go back to Initiate, or start a new account, anyway, to start from scratch and deserve sainthood with Perl knowledge (if ever).

Update: End of December 2004, I decided it was enough. Let's delete some of my own XP. I reached place 190 on level Saint, with an XP of 4160. Most of that was not deserved, at least not in my own opinion. So I have ben pushing some buttons, and see, I am losing XP every day. I'm a Saint no more. All the way back to Initiate.


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