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I agree that anything related to PerlMonks itself or to the monks probably should be placed inside Perl Monks Discussion. However, I wouldn't want that section to degenerate into a chatterbox :). I think the social dynamics content we had over the past few weeks was appropriate and nice, but it shouldn't be more (doesn't have to be less either). So the update you propose is good, but I wouldn't do any further steps to encourage discussion about social dynamics.


In reply to Re: Are "PM Discussions" only to be technical? by crenz
in thread Are "PM Discussions" only to be technical? by tye

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