I would hardly say that you are incoherent. *smile*
To be honest, I am not certain how well the new system
would work. I am at a more of a "wait and see" mode at the
moment. Your comment that vroom can do whatever he wants is
very very true. However, (at least as far as I can see) he
has always been responsive to the needs of us that use this
site. That being said, I also agree that a little more
discussion here (not in #perlmonks) would have been a
little better. Not that I am against that channel at all:
I do go there when I can. Not enough people either can
go there or know about it in the first place. Can't quite
call it a voting quorum (sp?).
But hey, let's kick back and see how it flies. It can always
change if it proves to be unsatisfactory.
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