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No, in both cases you were given constructive criticism which you took as condemnation. And frankly, you should be happy that anyone even looked at those posts as, for the most part they were rambling and incoherent, without any real code or even a simple description of what you were trying to accomplish.

In addition, as soon anyone as anyone criticized your posts, you launched into insults, profanity, ad hominum attacks and disjointed philippics.

In short, you brought all your problems on yourself. The Perlmonks are helpful to a fault; but not to whiny, self-absorbed, abusive fools.

At this point I can't decide whether you are a really good troll, or a really sad nut-job. Either way, you seem to just want attention, and like a dog or a toddler, bad attention is better than none at all. This is the last attention you will get from me and I urge the rest of the monastery to follow suit.

Finally, as you have been told over and over, if you really believe in your templating system then package it up and put it on CPAN. If it is really good then people will use it. The cream floats to the top. That is why Moose, Catalyst, Dancer and Template Toolkit (just to name a few) are widely used. They provide a solution to people's problems, so people use them.



-pete
"Worry is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere."

In reply to Re^3: I know I'm not alone in this by dreadpiratepeter
in thread I know I'm not alone in this by Logicus

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