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A guy with rather bad manners and a record of down-voted post (demonstrating questionable social skills) passes by and spreads FUD.

But the monk community takes it serious and starts discussing his unsubstantiated claims.

> One of the reasons Larry might think ... the Perl community ... mean spirited ...

Oh really, does he think so? So ...

  • Why should Larry come to every YAPC and even more national conferences if he was thinking like this?
  • Why would he need an ersatz troll to communicate his sorrows?

Well .. OK ... let's start a new discussion:

What made January born babies so ugly and bad smelling?

You know what I'm talking about!

The internet proving this and we all are worried about the consequences.

It has already driven some long-time parents away from having more babies.

Countermeasures must be taken now!

Do something!

Cheers Rolf

PS: Je suis Charlie!

In reply to Re^2: What Made the Perl Community Mean Spirited? (ugly babies) by LanX
in thread What Made the Perl Community Mean Spirited? by jabowery

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