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I've been thinking. Perhaps it should be required of all higher level monks to do some form of tutorial, thesis, HOWTO, or FAQ for the perl monks site. I know that once a monk reaches a certain level, he can pretty much vote all his points everyday and still gain plenty of XP to keep ahead of the curve.

If the higher order monks are required to post educational posts (1/month, 2/month, bi-monthly, whatever) we can all be assured that they are deserving of their rank.

This is not meant to be offensive toward the higher level monks we have now. It will be much easier to attain levels as this site grows, and I don't want perl newbies to hold the rank of pontiff, or friar or possibly even monk without at least leaving the newbie stage.

Any ideas or comments? I'm personally trying to leave the questions for newer monks to gain XP while I move on to more intellectual pursuits, like my female-to-perl translator.

J. J. Horner
Linux, Perl, Apache, Stronghold, Unix
jhorner@knoxlug.org http://www.knoxlug.org/

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