|> he did sometimes post useful (i.e., relevant) and correct code
Let's talk about facts:
This search returns his posts with <code> tags* so far
?node_id=3989;BIT=%3Ccode%3E;a=sundialsvc4;yr=2017;mo=09;dy=29 (click search )
Please note that
- the first 50 go back to July 2014, he wrote 1000 posts since then
- that many of them contain no Perl, but pseudo code or no code
- if it's supposed to be Perl it's often untested guess work
- that most technical contributions provoked negative replies correcting him
I even quickly stumbled over one post which was left uncorrected, where he confused qw with qr -> Re: Adding missing values into a hash
See also what others had to say: Re^2: Two sort in single Array set
> "Don't feed the trolls.'
I'm not feeding him, as a matter of fact I'm even technically filtering him from my RAT view.
In other words I can't even downvote him, because he's mostly invisible.
*) in case you are wondering, he never used <c>
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