I do have a question about the experience system. In the 3 days that I've been here, I've managed to gain 3 levels, almost 4.
Have a look at my home node: you'll be saint in three months ;)
Can one become a saint by being a true advocate and supporter of a language, even if his/her skills are still very much in development?
Only your nodes count. If they are valuable to this site and/or the Perl community, they will get a higher reputation, and you will get XP for that. You don't need much Perl skills to help others, and there's no need for any Perl-specific skills if you're just discussing program design, which is more or less the same for different languages.
Anyhow, welcome and keep up the good nodes!
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