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As far as doing someone else's job, we couldn't be more in agreement. I like helping people. I remember years ago when I was trying to write game software and I stumbled upon a BBS that John Carmack and Michael Abrash of DOOM/Quake fame frequented. John actually shared and posted his beta source code for the then in development game "DOOM". It was like Christmas. I think of Perlmonks in the same way only now I feel I am (hopefully) contributing something useful back.

That said, I HATE when someone doesn't make any effort at all and posts something like "I need a script that emails me a form and a database..". At least make an effort, but as far as the website testing software node, I didn't see it as doing someone's homework. While vaguq, it sounded to me like someone wanting to get information about an interesting topic (to me anyway) that is not something you can't easily find in a book or other resource.. While not truly a Perl question, it's certainly relavant to many monks here. Perl is the "Duct tape" of the Internet after all. Frankly, I was really suprised it was reaped.


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In reply to Re: Re: I think Casey West is right by shotgunefx
in thread I think Casey West is right by tilly

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