I'm also curious about Chicken
's comment:(personaly I got a fruitful help several times, and several times provided answers to questions that was I happen to know)
According to his writeup list this is not quite so, however he/she may/may not have been a Lurker/Anony Monk for some time.
It seems all his/her
writups are in Perl Monks Discussion
, all I can say to that is that if you
hang out at the Monastary
long enough you will see that it is a very good system, it may have it's flaws as all systems do, but it is one of the best sites of it's type on the internet today.
Enjoy it, Use it, Like it, or don't bother with it, all those choices are open to you :) I prefer the first 3.
It's not you right to have the answer you prefer, this place
works on knowlege share, and vollenteering of information. If you don't recieve what you are looking for, the brain trust may not have it, or may not want to/have the time/have the energy to part with it."Nothing is sure but death and taxes" I say combine the two and its death to all taxes!
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