I agree with that (at my eXPense I'm sure).
I am a new user that has only found this site a couple weeks ago, and I don't check the home home anymore. It's pointless to me, since I can find the posts I want to read on "newest nodes" and "best nodes".
For the most part I love perlmonks, but the multiple powers associated with 'casts' makes for an inefficient oligarchy at times. Then again, this is perlmonks
after all, not perl-community-at-large
. Some people need the ego boost, I'm OK with that.
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