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Some quick ideas (don't know if they've been done before)

  • Which monk pictures do you find most cute/scary/disturbing?
  • Which other programming language would you learn if you only had more time?
  • How much time can you waste in PerlMonks in one day/week/lifetime (eg 1 hour, 2 hours, > 1 day, "time is never wasted on PM"...)?
  • Which killer node would you write if only you had the skillz (eg teleport, smite user, /msg aliens, etc)?
  • Where would you expect to find the greatest gathering of Perl Monks (eg, here, at a Perl Mongers conference, linux installfest, under a rock, etc)?
  • Which cartoon character do you most resemble (eg Dogbert, Dilbert, Yosemite Sam, Asterix...)?
  • Which cartoon character most resembles Perl?
  • How many miles would you walk for a camel?
  • Which mind-altering substance helps most with Perl hacking?
  • What's your favourite music for coding to?

Ummm... now I've even run out of crap ideas. I'm sure someone else can do better :-)

(PS: Do I get my XP now? Huh? Please..?)


In reply to Re: poll ideas quest by yojimbo
in thread poll ideas quest by vroom

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