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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Next to a person's name there is an indicator of the status of their relationship with you. On use Perl; this indicator is a smiley face; on slashdot this indicator is a colored gelatin-like dot. Click the indicator, and you can make someone your friend (making yourself their fan) or make them your foe (making yourself their freak).

    Be sure to cultivate the habit of clicking everywhere to see what things do. You'll learn a lot this way.

    --
    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
    • Still, I can only seem to switch the relationship within "Friend", "Neutral" and "Foe"... where's the fan stuff coming from? :-\

      Annoyingly, when I press any of the links on "Curious what these icons mean [perl.org] or where you change their values? [perl.org], I get a "File not found" error :(

      Is this normal?

      • Wait! I got it! :)

        Don't know why, but words just didn't seem the same each of the two times I read your comment :) Thanks for the help :)

        But those two links are still not found... I think I'll mail pudge...