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Then I reread the 10 wishy-washy, naïve, 100%-opinion answers that were already there and I said to myself, Ah, f*** this.

Which is precisely the point!

There’s a bunch of us over there now, though, and I’ve found most questions are already quite decently answered by the time I see them. Then I just cast votes where I think the answers should be rearranged. I don’t know if my call to action (which I first posted to use.perl) was at all responsible for this, but that turn of events is what I was hoping for – that it not turn into yet another place where no one is going to be able to see the pearls in the mud, like practically everywhere.

Makeshifts last the longest.


In reply to Re^6: Breaking Out of the Perl Echo Chamber: A Call to Action by Aristotle
in thread Breaking Out of the Perl Echo Chamber: A Call to Action by Aristotle

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