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This is not your website. This website is 99% contributors and 1% you. In short, it is "not your website"

He who has the power to change the production code can, to more extent than us, call the site 'mine'. The content is 99% ours, but no code, not content.

You are nothing without us. And, in all fairness we are nothing without your website.

How bold of you. Both these statements are utterly false. Life goes on with or without PerlMonks for us, and vroom.

you refused me access to the upper-right on the grounds of level.

Yes? And that policy is documented. Maybe if you had more quality posts you would be at level by now. Monks think inward, you are projecting outward.

why can't I ask a question publically criticising you and why must I be voted down as result? It is a legitimate criticism.

It isn't what you ask, but how you ask. Noone likes finger pointing and whining. If your question was phrased differently, I think it would have made all the difference. That is why another post I said that more thought should be put into posts.

In short: one should not be voted down when they express something distasteful, but only when the content itself is poort.

It was poor, at least IMO. That is why I voted it, and all your replies (also with poor content) down. Please think before you post, you are what shows in your words.

Cheers,
KM


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

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