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I don't know where princepawn was coming from, but it seems childish almost to a good laugh the way he puts it "reign over this site" and another one "dictatorship". I had commented on his somewhat out of line post once and therefore wouldn't turn this one into a chance to repeat myself. However, I'd like to take this opportunity to simply say that this site fulfills it's purpose by and large. I'm a perl hacker for some time and it is my greatest pleasure to be a part of this community that has been built around this site.

YAS was definitely right by supporting For one, I know that this site and a great number of intelligent and selfless monks has drawn me closer to Perl. Say, I haven't spotted a single question that has been posted to this site and that didn't receive due attention. It almost seems like if one were to put every single question/response on this site together, it would amount to volumes of very indispensible information on Perl and it's techniques.

There's more that I could say, and only a few things that could be said and that would be completely wrong (in judgement etc).

"There is no system but GNU, and Linux is one of its kernels." -- Confession of Faith

In reply to Re: Re: am I paying vroom to continue his dictatorship? by vladb
in thread am I paying vroom to continue his dictatorship? by princepawn

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