I'm not sure I should admire your chutzpah. While perlmonks has some of the attributes of a social networking site (and some workplaces classify it as such), it's primarily a site for the exchange of technical information.

Making it less technical is not appropriate.


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In reply to Re: Perlmonks needs new social categories by swampyankee
in thread Perlmonks needs new social categories by EvanCarroll

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