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Yes, well such an obstacle course may protect the exxalted ones from having to (once again) answer the (sigh) same questions, but perhaps that's not the goal here. Present too high a threshold and you'll likely prevent people from participating.

This is not the Perl Monks I've come to know and respect. Perhaps it's just me, but I've come to think of PM as inclusionary and (okay, okay, I know what this sounds like) nurturing, rather than elistist and exclusionary.

Granted, the XP system is weighted toward those who are more active; but with limited exceptions, these include exactly the people who should be given respect and more responsibility herein.

Just my $0.02 ...


Just call me the Anti-Gates ...

In reply to Re: (pmas) Re2: use strict and warnings for newbies by dmmiller2k
in thread use strict and warnings for newbes by John M. Dlugosz

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