It's pretty safe to assume that these folks
*really* know what
they are doing. They are at higher status and are proven to be capable of providing good perl code/advice because of the code/advice they have given. They have a
respectability from new and existing users because of the work involved in attaining such a high ranking. It's not automatic, it's earned
Is it possible that a
non-Perlmonks user could trust this information and use it as a reference for perl knowledge and experience? If so, how should they relate each level to a level of mastery of
For example, if I were a high level, could I use PM as a reference of sorts with an employer to verify my experience with perl?