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Re^10: mod_perl best practice to consume dynamic file

by chacham (Prior)
on Jul 30, 2017 at 20:28 UTC ( #1196318=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^9: mod_perl best practice to consume dynamic file
in thread mod_perl best practice to consume dynamic file

If can be read as a dissimulated appeal, more so if it comes from a respected monk.

Dang, that is so on the mark.

Voting to correct statistics is not what the voting system is about, and there should never ever be a rally on PerlMonks.

Thank you for stating that so well.

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Re^11: mod_perl best practice to consume dynamic file
by Your Mother (Archbishop) on Jul 31, 2017 at 04:05 UTC

    A couple of replies makes me want to say, I had exactly the same idea eyepopslikeamosquito had and days earlier. I even went to look if there were any nodes I could upvote, assuming I found them even *remotely* worthy. But they belong where they are. That said–

    Votes are for the user to decide what votes mean. I can appreciate boosterism for the integrity of voting on values but I more appreciate that the monastery doesn’t force behavior. My votes, my choice of use. Might definitely mean a personal failing now and then, yes, but it is part of why I am here most days instead of the socially over-engineered StackOverflow.

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