- It might turn into a reasonable discussion on compactness vs. complexity if people don't reflexively consider-for-delete it when they read the author's name.
- Ignoring uncomfortable points of view like "Perl is losing popularity" isn't exactly the healthiest way of fighting them.
- "I don't like Wassercrat" isn't a good reason to try to reap a given post.
- It's bound to provoke a "community standards vs. free speech" debate, either in the CB or a set of posts, and lower the signal:noise ratio far more than just letting this post slide.
- It'd be a waste of the editors' time.
- There is no reason number six.
- Nobody who's advocated deleting this node has given a
good reason beyond shouting "it sucks!" as loud as they can.
(I'm not considering dragonchild's reply
here, as it at least begins to address the node's
Edit: Clarification: dragonchild's post doesn't advocate deleting the OP, which is why I'm not considering it. It also happens to attack the OP's content, which I think is a nice touch. I'm not ignoring it simply because it's a counterexample to my argument. :-)
Or were you just being sarcastic, hoping to score some points based on Wassercrat's bad reputation?
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