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All 10 worst nodes of the week! Congratulations! All 10 worst nodes of the month is harder to achieve. I've only ever seen one monk pull it off (see below). I'm pretty sure all 20 worst nodes of the year is going to prove out of reach, at least I've never seen it done -- though the monk you are aspiring to be like currently holds 13 of 20.

Worst Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 -175 := +127 Thank you all! (Updated!Now -152 := +144) BrowserUk -20
2 Persuading turkeys to vote for christmas BrowserUk -13
3 Re^2: Persuading turkeys to vote for christmas BrowserUk -9
4 Re^2: The significance of 2010-03-16? BrowserUk -9
5 Re^8: Persuading turkeys to vote for christmas BrowserUk -8
6 Re^6: The significance of 2010-03-16? BrowserUk -8
7 Re^8: Persuading turkeys to vote for christmas BrowserUk -7
8 Re^8: Persuading turkeys to vote for christmas BrowserUk -7
9 Re^4: Persuading turkeys to vote for christmas BrowserUk -7
10 Re^6: Persuading turkeys to vote for christmas BrowserUk -6
As of May 25, 2016 at 19:01 UTC, Next refresh in 3 hours and 45 mins ±15 min

Update 28 May: though you now have some new and unwelcome competition from perlPsycho I see. Also, your worst ten are spread across only three distinct root nodes, a bit repetitious, in contrast to sundialsvc4 below, more impressively spread across nine distinct nodes.

Worst Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re^3: Ternary vs. Sort vs. Max sundialsvc4 -17
2 Re: Refactoring old modules to use roles sundialsvc4 -14
3 Re^4: Disadvantage of not supporting pthreads in perl and how perl overcomes? (cores) sundialsvc4 -13
4 Re: forgoing explicit file close sundialsvc4 -12
5 Re: Ternary vs. Sort vs. Max sundialsvc4 -12
6 Re: Unable to Understand grep and hash use for prime no. sundialsvc4 -12
7 Re: how hard is it to find a job without a degree? sundialsvc4 -11
8 Re: [SOLVED] Dereferencing a pointer returned from Win32::API with unpack 'p' sundialsvc4 -11
9 Re: Reaped nodes no longer visible? sundialsvc4 -11
10 Re: Distributing non-Perl script in a Perl distribution? sundialsvc4 -11
As of Aug 27, 2015 at 01:48 UTC, Next refresh in 20 hours and 30 mins ±15 min

Update: This shows how sundialsvc4 has improved in his worst nodes of the month performance in the past two years:

Worst Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Running script only within a specific domain/network sundialsvc4 -28
2 Re: perl group by and sort from a csv input file sundialsvc4 -24
3 Re^3: Perl Security Testing sundialsvc4 -24
4 Re^3: Imagination greater than reality? sundialsvc4 -24
5 Re: perl group by and sort from a csv input file sundialsvc4 -23
6 Re^3: use has it's own scope? sundialsvc4 -20
7 Re: Which internal DSL are there in Perl? (Domain Specific Languages - Part 1) sundialsvc4 -20
8 Re^2: Fastest way to lookup a point in a set sundialsvc4 -20
9 Re^4: open and read text file sundialsvc4 -20
10 Re: Can Perl do anything Java can do? sundialsvc4 -20
As of Aug 10, 2017 at 12:47 UTC, Next refresh in 15 hours ±15 min


In reply to Re: -175 := +127 Thank you all! (Updated!Now -152 := +144) by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread -175 := +127 Thank you all! (Updated!Now -152 := +144) by BrowserUk

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