Here, you can post requests for action to the PerlMonks site janitors. However, this normally should not be necessary, and is considered a route of last resort.Deprecated; in fact, so deprecated that the form for posting no longer exists on this page.
The preferred way to make such requests is through the consideration process.
However, you must be Friar in order to do that. Monks of lower levels need other means.
The next best way is probably to enter the chatterbox, see if there are any janitors about, and discuss the matter with them. Even if there are no janitors chatting in the cb, there will almost certainly be some Friars who can create the consideration for you.
Failing even that, we suggest that you simply /msg janitors with your request. They will see it in their inbox.
If all of the above fail to get your request noticed by the janitors, posting here probably won't work either. :-)
In node 444642, I wanted to quote someone, and since I don't like quoting without attribution, I included the URL. Since this is to Google Groups, it is long. I couldn't find any advice on posting URLs. The problem is that it has made the whole of the thread very wide. Is there something that can be done to tidy it up? An extremely small font, perhaps? Yes, I previewed it, but I didn't realise that it would affect the whole thread.
I posted node 440914 to the wrong thread by mistake, and I'd like to petition that it be deleted, so as not to unnecessarily pollute that thread. I have already posted the same message in the correct thread.
In http://perlmonks.org/index.pl?node_id=860 (The Basics), please check the 3d paragraph (This will work ... something like).
Part of it belongs to the following paragraph, after the command example "chmod +x programfile.pl".
Snippets of code should be wrapped in
<code> tags not<pre> tags. In fact, <pre>
tags should generally be avoided. If they must
be used, extreme care should be
taken to ensure that their contents do not
have long lines (<70 chars), in order to prevent
horizontal scrolling (and possible janitor