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This guy is a walking endorsement for setting up an invisi-troll system. He's quickly crossing the line from being an amusing distraction to being actively harmful to the PerlMonks community.

He fills the meditations with pointless posts, he fills the chatterbox with mindless drivel; he has become PerlMonks line noise.

He is either really sad or doing it on purpose, but either way I think it is time to put a stop to it. My vote would be the invisible troll approach (where the user gets a flag set so that all their posts and chatterbox talk only shows up for him and not for anyone else).



-pete
"Worry is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere."

In reply to Re: How I know aXML rocks. by dreadpiratepeter
in thread Reaped: How I know aXML rocks. by NodeReaper

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