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Who gave (and continues to give) Tye McQueen his authority for his autocratic domination of PerlMonks?by BrowserUk (Pope)
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PerlMonks is not a democracy. That I get; understand and even endorse. But ...
Autocracy, without wide -- if not universal -- acceptance of divine right; invites question, challenge, and even rebellion.
From whom does Tye inherit his authority?
Do they -- knowingly -- (continue) to cede authority to Tye or did he inherit his "authority" purely as an accident of those above named (former?) Gods, by dint of longevity alone?
And if so, should we -- collectively, the constant, responsive, backbone of PerlMonks - continue to accept his caprice over how, and why, and what, and when, happens and is possible, and should be acceptable, here at the Monastery?
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