in reply to Re^2: Proposal: eliminate down-votesin thread Proposal: eliminate down-votes
he makes you think twice if your current code or current design the best one you can use.
Were it the case, I'd be upvoting rather than downvoting him.
Trouble is, most of the time, he's not providing the service of a quick reality check, but rather the disservice of a bum steer down a blind alley of long redundant, archaic knowledge.
And for the record, there are at least 100 other unique examples, and many, despite-corrections, repetitions I can cite.
The start of some sanity?
fwiw, I love your 'stand-up-ed-ness' and blatant honesty. Goes without saying that it is awesome knowing that you can back up everything you say with fact. Kudos bro.
I personally like some of sundialsvc4's insight (as always in life though, I don't agree with all of it), but thanks to this being Perl, there's always Tim Toady ;)
With that said, given this is a site about programming Perl, and that we are almost all here to see code, I believe that code wins arguments.
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