in reply to Re^2: To monks who are interested in contributing to Perl 6 but are not now doing so. What is stopping you?
in thread To monks who are interested in contributing to Perl 6 but are not now doing so. What is stopping you?

Why should anyone care about some random anonymonk's opinion? Why should said anonymonk care about mine?

EDIT: Apparently this anonymonk, or a few of them, like(s) to cyber-stalk me. I guess Perlmonks policy is cool with that.

Just another Perler interested in Algol Programming.


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Re^4: To monks who are interested in contributing to Perl 6 but are not now doing so. What is stopping you?
by Anonymous Monk on May 11, 2013 at 14:31 UTC

    Why should anyone care about some random anonymonk's opinion? Why should said anonymonk care about mine?

    Maybe you don't recognize that you're dong a disservice to yourself and perlmonks?

    I'm paraphrasing perlmonks policy, and as a user you kind of agree to abide by it -- not that perlmonks is special in requiring that people be reasonable

    I care because this isn't the first time I've noticed you denigrate honest attempts at communication with irrelevant insults, and in the wrong section

Re^4: To monks who are interested in contributing to Perl 6 but are not now doing so. What is stopping you?
by Anonymous Monk on May 12, 2013 at 00:57 UTC

    EDIT: Apparently this anonymonk, or a few of them, like(s) to cyber-stalk me. I guess Perlmonks policy is cool with that.

    Now you know this is just plain nonsense. Your nodes show up in Recent Threads and Newest Nodes just like everybody elses, and *gasp* some of us even check for updates

    Its sad to see you put forth the same nonsense as the worst trolls at the monastery, what's next, you're gonna threaten to sue ? call for the banning of Anonymous Monk?

    update: Oh, I see, now you're going to abuse the power to consider. Maybe its been too long since you've read How do I use the power of consideration responsibly?