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I agree, commenting on why you vote one way or another is extremely silly/pointless.

If I see home-rolled CGI stuff, i'll -- a node, and there'll usually be someone who says "Hey, don't home-roll broken CGI stuff, use CGI instead.". If no one happens to have said it yet, i'll say it, but discussion of my downvote will usually never come to mention.

On the other hand, let's not get rid of the entire XP thingy. Let's not (let the whores run rampant if they will, you don't have to be one).

Also, there will be plenty downvotes , the key thing to learn is not to whine about it (a whore can't make an XP if she spends half an hour whining about how she got gipped on her last job).

 
 

I am an XP whore. Do your worst.

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In reply to Re: Re: -ve XP, node reputation, voting and learning by PodMaster
in thread -ve XP, node reputation, voting and learning by sch

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