- Medium points for writing a database abstraction layer.
- Very high points for designing yet another form of pseudo-hashes, clamped hashes or something similar.
- Medium points for yet another, incompatible with the rest of the world, Class:: module.
- Low points for suggesting a "community project" on Perlmonks.
- High points if you don't do anything work on the project you suggest.
- Medium points for suggesting some random functionality needs to be in the Perl core.
- Low points for writing lists like these.
- Low points for each JAPH you've written.
- Medium points for each JAPH you've posted.
- High points if you write articles/books about JAPHs.
- Low points for writing 'Randall'.
- High points for writing 'PERL'.
- High points for thinking Perl is about web programming.
- Medium points for insisting your name is spelled in all lowercase - with a monotyped font.
- Low points for using map or grep in void context.
- Low points for parsing HTML with a regex.
- Low points for checking email addresses with a regex.
- Medium points for not writing something now "because Perl6 will be here soon".
- Medium points for each Perl6 RFC6 rejected by Larry.
- Low points for asking about a Perl IDE.
- Medium points for promoting whatever you use yourself when someone asks about a Perl IDE.
- High points for writing a Perl IDE.
- Very high points for saying you're not a programmer.
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