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The voting system is a joke

Actually, the voting system is a feeling of the Monastery about the proposed node. It is not intended to be perfect, but for the ones who can listen, it's a good device.

Your problem is that you don't listen.

This previous node was downvoted just because it was a bad idea.

This one was downvoted more because:

  • It is still a bad idea
  • Despite being told not to do it, you insist on wanting to publish it to CPAN.
  • When people explains to you what was wrong with your code, you again don't listen.

Basically, the situation is as follows: you come here and publish your code. This is an implicit request for feedback. People offer you feedback, saying that your code is bad. Instead of listening to the sound advice, you criticize the very system that you wanted advice from. How could you possibly be surprised if you are downvoted? Grow up!


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in thread VarStructor 1.0 by Wassercrats

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