I'm not sure why you want to close the door on them.
As a fellow Perl hacker, I'm not.
As someone who would work for me, that's my choice.
I'm not sure why people are making more of this than it is. I'm making no moral judgements about people who have a CPAN id, perlmonk name, or are subscribed to a mailing list.
I'm merely assessing how I would sort out people who would work for me from people who aren't. I'm baffled by the response I've gotten in this thread.
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