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Is it just me or is it too difficult to post stuff here on perlmonks? The only things i have figured out is how to reply and how to "make a petition" (which i am pretty sure is new monk discussion, which is what i'm doing now). anyway, I've been trying to figure out how to post to seekers of perl wisdom, but have been unsuccessful. There needs to be a node on the side saying "Post to Obfuscated Code" or "Post to new craft". The current system is just too confusing, and definatly not newbie friendly (and i don't consider myself a newbie).

So how does everyone else feel about this? And if this isn't changed, how the heck does one post to seekers of perl wisdom, and the others????

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