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Hehe bronto

I won't vote for this one ;-) becouse I don't really know which one to choose; ++ for the idea, or -- for you to be the first heretic round here :-) (smile, you're in candid camera) ;->

Anyway this idea seems resonable, but... (yes, I know... there is always some 'but') i wonder (and fear to ask), what would happen if somebody has implemented this idea here, at PerlMonks. I'm sure, that there would be at least a few people, that would be glad to be the first 'Heretics' ;-) listed almost the same way as Saints. I'm sure that we would be flooded with huge amounts of nodes written by people waiting for --

Then maybe we should call a heretic somebody, who always codes his own solutions... and not even one line of his/her code would be found in any of 'Perl related' publication (books, etc.). So being called a code heretic by other monks here would be a honor... but that's only my very very hubmle oppinion :-)

Have fun!
Greetz, Tom.

In reply to Re: New level: heretical by tmiklas
in thread New level: heretical by bronto

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