Have you learned nothing over the years, young grasshoppa.
I have had to actually stop (OK, cut way back) my voting, just so my points don't imply a level of perl-ness that belies my true "apprentice" knowledge level. Heaven forbid I have to resort to curtailing even my loggin in!!!
I'm currently at Monk (7) and I have no idea how far from the next level, but I (think) I see folks "expecting" knowledge from me that I just don't have yet. Perhaps a "request to hold XP" is in order for some who wish to catch up to their current "status" in perl-life. Just a thought.
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