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  • You said "Well, of course if I see that many people agree with you and Abigail, then I will stop doing so." []. So, I'm showing you that I agree with them. So much for Warnocking this time, which I would have rather done.

    And, you're bending the truth a bit. In the thread you're referencing, you didn't give full attribution. You just posted a link back to Perlmonks without giving any author credit, then copied the entire post. If the author wanted it posted to usenet, he could have done it himself.
  • I don't get what all the fuss is about, but perhaps you were overdoing it a little? Perhaps you should have done what lots of blog posters are doing these days: post a link to the site with a bit of comment of your own. Except, it'd be on usenet, not in a blog.

    Now, it looks a bit, not, it looks a lot like multiposting. Except it's not even your own post.

    It appears it's a fine balance you have to strike.

    • it looks a lot like multiposting. Except it's not even your own post.

      That basically sums up my problems with it. It's alright, I think, if you're like "over on perlmonks someone brought up the following problem which I found interesting ... and here is my extra input and/or questions .... and maybe someone could clarify these things for me or tell me how brilliant I am.".

      As for being plonked by Abigail, pfffft.... I think he just has a personal issue with perlmonks and doesn't want to be reminded it exi