FWIW, here are my highest reputation nodes of the year (2002-2015) (update: 2nd rep is reputation as at 1-1-2018, as are entries for 2016 and 2017):
- 2004 (337, 344): Saturn
- 2005 (228, 230): The Lighter Side of Perl Culture (Part IV): Golf
- 2006 (193, 198): On Interfaces and APIs
- 2002 (179, 180): Somersaulting camel
- 2007 (151, 154): Dueling Flamingos: The Story of the Fonality Christmas Golf Challenge
- 2008 (146, 147): Unix shell versus Perl
- 2009 (127, 128): On Coding Standards and Code Reviews
- 2014 (90, 97): The First Ten Perl Monks
- 2010 (87, 88): Nobody Expects the Agile Imposition (Part I): Meta Process
- 2011 (86, 87): Common Software Development Mistakes
- 2012 (77, 77): The History of Acme::Bleach and Acme::EyeDrops
- 2015 (55, 58): The Boy Scout Rule
- 2003 (56, 56): Turning a script into a module
- 2017 ( 54): High Performance Game of Life
- 2013 (50, 53): Re: Old Monks go gentle into that good night.
- 2016 ( 45): Re^2: Do subroutine variables get destroyed?
Though I have 26 centurion nodes, I've been
unable to break the 100 barrier since 19-Feb-2009 (though The First Ten Perl Monks has a chance to get there eventually).
I speculate without proof that we lost quite a few users
(e.g. brian d foy) after the "hacked catastrophe of 2009".
See also: Perl Monks in numbers?
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