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UPDATE :

More seriously, I'm really a XP-WHore but I don't feel it isn't something necessary bad.

Let me explain :
I like recognition from my peer (through XP, reputation, rank...)
It's not my goal, however, it's only a good support in my path to Perl Mastery and sometimes and indication of my progress/weknesses when I post technical posts...

As long a you're aware that rank is not a tied only to your Perl level, but to the way you contribute to the monastery it doesn't seem so evil.

  • A lot of posts often mean, a lot of answers or questions which leads to answers => Lots of info (you contribute!)
  • Being pleasant is not only a way to gain XP it's also a way to make discussion pleasant and more interesting (or even possible)

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Arhuman (Master of XP-Whoring)

In reply to XP-Woring not necessary evil by arhuman
in thread (Kidding) XP-whoring HOW-TO by larsen

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