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honestly, i don't know why you care so much. so you don't have your picture up in the rotation yet, so what? last i checked you were at level 5 (though this thread certainly isn't helping any). its only going to be a little while until you make level 6.

its not so much the question that people didn't like, its the tone you were using to ask it. you're acting like a spoiled child. so DiBona has a picture up in the rotation and he's not level 6, so? and i think vroom does have the right to decide who's pictures go up there. those pictures are seen on every node in this place... just like the links at the top and some of the ads (not to mention the nodelets if you so choose). this makes it vroom's decision on what gets placed there, not any one (or a couple) users. just like the other high level monks get to decide which nodes get placed on the front page. when you hang out here long enough, and contribute enough to the site, you will be able to do these things as well.

we're a community. you can't become an elder in this community until you show some wisdom and maturity. now enough on this subject. lets get back to Perl.


In reply to RE: RE: RE: DiBona is level 1... Why did he get a picture up? by jlistf

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