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One monk that I've met is not allowed to post on Perl-related topics due to his work situation -- because his employer has dibs on his work (this isn't tilly -- it's another highly-respected saint). So he occasionally makes use of Anonymous Monk to reply to a node.

And, as has already been mentioned, the AM also allows a first-time visitor to post without feeling obligated to stick around or even identify themselves. NodeReaper will take care of business if the post is off-topic or objectionable. I think the system works well.

Without the AM, the Monastery would be a poorer place.

--t. alex
Life is short: get busy!

In reply to Re: What are the Benefits of Anonymous Replies? by talexb
in thread What are the Benefits of Anonymous Replies? by svsingh

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