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Ouch, in my half year at the monastery I didn't hear of anything like it. Someone is actually using a kind of a tool (votebot?) to cast -- votes on nodes of an unsuspecting monk? That's quite unethical.
I was the target of a votebot cabal as well. I was going through a rough period in real life concurrently, and the agony of the votebot was nearly enough to drive me away from the monestary entirely.

Thankfully, I've gotten through both evil influences now. {grin}

-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker

In reply to •Re: Re: (ar0n) Re: Why is my reputation falling? by merlyn
in thread Why is my reputation falling? by chip

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