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Why do you use 'INDIAN' guys there?, you could have just told guys; can't you?.

Is this a concerted effort to boost their XP?
No and never, the intention is mainly to learn and share at our own speed and capacity

Or are they even all the same person?
no. we all love and addicted to perl that's it. that is the similarity.

Possibly even upvoting each other's nodes?
even I do upvote your note if I feel that it contributes something to the Perl society and to hail your efforts for this community in your busy schedule.(this is my principle behind up voting). You don't have any rights to complain or discuss my decision to upvote a node

for such silly games.
for us it is not the game, it is learning of life, I always appreciate & respect all the monks and this site, it is a sacred place for me, and I will continue think so, Intention is not to play a silly game but to learn and contribute
If you dislike those guys and their nodes it is purely your opinion about them; I respect your views, but don't group monks like this and compose a node to blame as a whole.

we are colleagues(total count of us is irrelevant) we have been using Perl happily for our projects, we have been trained in Perl and using Perl for years and doing project together for years. More history about us is irrelevant here. We all have good attitude towards learning perl, sharing wisdom and usage of this site. I hope this clears all your doubts.

-- In accordance with the prarabdha of each, the One whose function it is to ordain makes each to act. What will not happen will never happen, whatever effort one may put forth. And what will happen will not fail to happen, however much one may seek to prevent it. This is certain. The part of wisdom therefore is to stay quiet.

In reply to Re: Way to un-frontpage nodes? by targetsmart
in thread Way to un-frontpage nodes? by Anonymous Monk

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