You're missing one for A
buse (or Glue, if you're more magnanimous):
G++++ Don't call my Perl OS a POS
G+++ I'm writing device drivers in Perl
G++ I'm writing a virtual machine in Perl (POE,
Object Server, Turing-capable interpreter)
G+ I'm working on Inline.pm
G I've written code that someone compiled to bytecode
G- Writing portable code is hard enough
G-- You guys scare me
G--- I'm still trying to figure out anonymous functions
G---- I read part of Slash code and switched to Python
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