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Iíve been doing little but Perl for more than 15 years now and Iím on a few mailing lists and read blogs and such and I also have no idea what youíre talking about. If anything, there is less aggression and more tolerance to beginners and more community minded things like Neil Bowerís CPAN Pull Request Challenge than I remember from 10 years ago. There are a couple of prominent hackers who use coarse language while helping as many others as they can by taking time out of busy lives for free. They get criticized sometimes. I think thatís tripe. If hearing the f-word and being told I should have figured out something myself is the ďpriceĒ for technical help and free code that would otherwise cost $1,000Ė$10,000, Iím grateful. Iím an adult and I recognize the deed far outweighs the word. A lot of grown-ups are not adult and expect others to modify their behavior to suit their subjective, localized, sometimes bigoted preferences. Thatís spoilt tripe. FOSS starts with Free for more reasons than money.

Iím here helping with what Iím good at all the time; and as much as I like it in other realms I donít work blue here. Being told that Iím part of a community that is ďso mean spiritedĒ is a bit insulting. ಠ_ಠ


In reply to Re: What Made the Perl Community Mean Spirited? by Your Mother
in thread What Made the Perl Community Mean Spirited? by jabowery

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