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My god man! What the hell are you smoking?!#

vroom a dictator ruling with an iron fist? The man barely has time to use the site, much less root out his detractors and mess with them! The janitors are the ones with the real power around here and they almost never use it.

Next are you going to complain how Larry has been lording it over the Perl development process and using his undue influence to shape the language? Give it a rest.

vroom has given us all a lot of his time to set this site up, to make sure we can connect, and to work out the deals with YAS in the first place. And to try and paint him with this brush is just plain crazy. Perl Monks is one of the things that make the Perl community such a great thing to be a part of, and it is because of vroom's hands-off style, hard work, and dedication to us users. Thank you, vroom!

In reply to (ichimunki) Put down the pipe. by ichimunki
in thread am I paying vroom to continue his dictatorship? by princepawn

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