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I agree with all you said except your statement where you said that comments on polls were not as important as a code contribution. Generally, yes, you are right, comments to polls are often silly little things, amusements. But I would hardly say that the recent posts on this subject fall into that. Comments on polls can be just important as any other on this site.

Roy Alan


In reply to RE: Ability VS Site Contribution by royalanjr
in thread Should Perl Gurus (Wall,Schwartz,Christiansen et al) receive mega XP based on who they are? by vroom

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