Occasionally, the gods find it fitting to set the faithful to a task: a Quest.
Each Quest is active for a limited time. This is usually fairly short — a few days or weeks — but sometimes a Quest lasts until the end of the epoch.
Quests are the gods' way of soliciting idea from the general populace for ideas for improving PerlMonks.
Therefore, Monks who contribute worthy suggestions are eligible to receive special dispensations of eXperience Points. However, a greater incentive is the fame and karma (let's call it "pharma") that naturally accrues to successful Questers .
Your job to design a theme for inclusion into Perl Monks.
You can do this a number of ways. Save the HTML from the frontpage and one from a node with some replies listed below it. Save the HTML page... play around with the colors replace any images with your own and then send me a copy of the source plus any images you may have changed. Another option is to take a screen shot of a page and send me the result.
If you take that approach I'd like you to include a message with all of the hex color values you used for various attributes.
I'll include any I like plus the one you guys vote up the highest.
You've read about people's ideas at PerlMonks T-Shirts now is your chance to unleash your creative talents and see what you can come up with. E-mail me image files at email@example.com. I will then post them in one central location and then we will vote to decide which designs we would like to go into production.
I've tried to organize the Code Catacombs a bit so there isn't just one big listing. I'll admit the process was a bit haphazard so I though I'd give y'all a chance to give it a once over. Tell me about any categories you think are missing... things that are misplaced, or should be placed in a second location. So have at it.
Take a look at Cleaning up Categorized Questions and Answers... your goals are listed there. If you find a problem add a note detailing the problem. When those lists start getting long we'll release our deadliest monks to do the necessary chopping, and "cleaning" all Leon-style.