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13. You may like to check out some of the home nodes of our resident gurus, they are as eclectic as Perl itself but contain a wealth of knowledge and experience. Here are the top 13, ending with Adam.
The top 13? Perhaps I'm nitpicky, but that seems particularly arbitrary to me. I wouldn't bother listing them individually, I'd just link to Saints in our Book. Besides, if the top 13 change (as they eventually will), the document will need to be updated.
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