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Still, to me it really does come back to information content,

Exactly. It is the "information content" of your posts that is demonstrably -- and oft-demonstrated -- as wrong -- often 180° so -- that is the source of your downvotes and personal attacks.

  • When asked, cajoled, and challenged to substantiate the technical information in your posts; you simply ignore those requests.
  • When that technical content is comprehensively demonstrated to be wrong; you simply ignore it and continue to post that same wrong crap.
  • The only thing that ever gets any reaction from you is when frustration with you causes someone to question you personally.

    That, at least, succeeds in drawing you out with yet another of these pointless threads; which in turn, have served to draw the attention of a wider audience to the terrible, unhelpful, -- sometimes disastrously so -- state of the technical content of many(*) of your posts.

    And that is a blessing in disguise. You serve as your own whilstle-blower which is ironically perfect.

(*I'd say all -- which is my firm impression -- but I don't consider myself competent to judge all of it.)


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in thread (Toward a better PerlMonks) Who do we serve, and why, and how can we do it better? by sundialsvc4

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