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And so it came to pass.

I personally believe people should f**king stop to downvote your nodes: I know you probably can't bother the less, but it must be somewhat frustrating, given that you're spending your efforts in a project aimed at the community. PerlMonks may not strictly need it, but it seems interesting and it should be respected anyway!

If you can't understand the incipit, then please check the IPB Campaign.

In reply to Re: ExtPM CBQUIPS by blazar
in thread A new face for Perlmonks by holli

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