I am have noticed that in Perlmonks site there are very enthusiastic,technical skill persons putting up there time in this site for many days or Months or Years, Every user would have started working in this site from different dates, and would have written many or few writeups, and would have got there reputations less or more for there writeups, and would have left the site for some days or weeks or months.

I would like to bring the Best of the Best Users of this perlmonks site by calculating there XPs, Writeps, User since number of days, Average Reputation of Writeups. This is only for your reference to you to know that who is doing good job. Here is the record of few users for your reference.

Users XP / Writeups Rep Per Writeups User since # days Points Ranking
davido 23139 / 1908 12.12 987 12.2 1
ovid 51287 / 2603 19.7 2094 9.4 2
corion 28671 / 1622 17.67 2137 8.2 3
diotalevi 18873 / 2233 8.4 1234 6.8 4
demerphq 26699 / 2752 9.7 1605 6 5
browseruk 50384 / 6606 7.62 1325 5.7 6
dragonchild 45475 / 4810 9.4 1690 5.5 7
merlyn 58562 / 5631 10.39 2094 4.9 8

Sorry, I couldn't bring more user details in this list

holli fixed formatting of table.

In reply to Best of the Best Users in Perlmonks site by l.frankline

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