I started programming perl and looked for good sites with documention on it.
I discoverd 4 Sites:
Perlmonks is in the first place somewhere I post when I don't really understand the documention of modules.
But The more I spend on PM the more I feel involved with the community. But with the growth of a community there are more people coming to PM with different opinions. And sometimes people with bad intentions.
IMHO the solution to weed out people with bad intention is(not sure how you say that in english) social control. It means that when somebody is offended you speak up and stand up for the person - immediatly -!!! And making sure it doesn't escalate to immens proportions of flamming eachother.
My opinions may have changed,
but not the fact that I am right
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