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mowgli

by mowgli (Friar)
on Sep 15, 2002 at 02:06 UTC ( #197973=user: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

About me

Well, OK, so I lied. I'm not really back after all. :P


Here are some stats for me, last updated on January 3rd 2005, 20:29 UTC:

Total reputation937
Total XP1008 (changes)
Total writeups87
Maximum reputation90
Minimum reputation-1
Average reputation / writeup10.770
Average experience / writeup11.586
Average experience / reputation1.076
Coding, Zen and the Tao

I'm still in the process of collecting information, but in the meantime, check out nimh.org for some words about Zen coding.

Voting / XP

Here is some information on the voting / experience system; in particular, it lists how you gain / lose XP. If you're interested in learning what powers come with each level, go here and search no more; you may also be interested in seeing the change in $NORM over the course of the past 30 days. However, when dealing with XP, beware and keep in mind the following, lest you will surely be doomed:

The administration does not take the voting and experience point system all that seriously.

Woe to those who do.

XP is an imaginary number granted to you by an anonymous stranger.

For grim indeed is the fate of those who forget these things.

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[stevieb]: I am thankful that I fell into Perl years ago in the manner I did. I don't believe there is another language that people care about so much, that they're willing to give everything. Langs come and go, but in Perl, it seems, things remain consistent.
[stevieb]: The people back then (~2000) are the same people now, but with much more experience. I'm appreciative that I fell into the Perl rabbit hole.
[stevieb]: Coding circles around Python devs, showing how unit tests should be done, enabling easy access to everything, learning basic C to wrap for direct hardware access... I am thankful.
[stevieb]: I'm in an appreciative mood. Thank you fellow Monks, for all I know, and for the knowledge which I can pass on

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