Should your XP level really reflect your Perl knowledge?
Shouldn't it rather reflect your participation in building the community that the monastry is, and will be?
I myself am in no way a Perl expert,
my native tounge at the momemt is Java & PHP,
but i value Perl for it's extreme practical usefullnes for some applications and enjoy just beeing part of the monastry.....
...on some days, a lot of wisdom flows through the monastry, most of wich can increase your general coding skills.. not just your Perl skills!
oh.. and before i forget, yes something should be done on the voting system.. a users XP level can usefully reflect many different things, but one thing it probably shouldn't reflect, is the total number of users in the monastry =)
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