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Re: Is PerlMonks economically viable?

by jonadab (Parson)
on Sep 29, 2003 at 21:26 UTC ( #295124=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Is PerlMonks economically viable?
in thread Is PerlMonks economically viable?

If you want to be a registerd user you should pay a subscription. Simple as that... The user base can be smaller,

Not only would teh user base be smaller, you might get fewer registrations. Had Perlmonks required a fee in order to register, I would not have registered, would not have discovered the real value of the site, and probably wouldn't have visited more than once or twice; as it stands, however, I now value the site and would pay a reasonable fee to be considered 'in good standing', provided I could do so by sending a check (as I do NOT do credit cards).

The standing could be orthogonal to the XP-based rank and go along with it; it could be possible to be a scribe in good standing, a monk in excellent standing, a saint but not in good standing, or cetera.

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