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Don't touch PerlMonks with a barge pole. The site is incredibly insecure to the point of storing passwords in plaintext in their databases. Even after a hack and the database published to the global Internet the passwords are still stored in plaintext.

2018年09月25日57分26秒

I wonder how many sites you use every day are storing passwords in plaintext in their databases. You seem to be assuming that perlmonks is the only one that makes this mistake.

2018年09月26日57分26秒

As far as I know it has been fixed a long time ago at PerlMonks.

2018年09月25日57分26秒

"[Perl Monks] is a web site with a rating system similar to but more simple than Stack Overflow." If by "rating system" you mean the question/answer vote tally, then I consider your statement false. Perl Monks does not allow you to see the vote score on a question or answer until after you yourself have already voted on it. This radically changes the utility of the site.

2018年09月26日57分26秒

You can ask anonymously too.

2018年09月25日57分26秒

Not only that, but here, I'm not seeing the "know it all" jerks that other sites seem to acquire.

2018年09月25日57分26秒

Second u on that, Ovid!

2018年09月26日57分26秒

Have patience, Ovid. I'm sure they'll find us eventually. :(

2018年09月25日57分26秒

So far both of the questions I've asked, on diverse topics, have drawn answers that can only be explained as superficial attempts to build up to badges as cheaply as possible. And I lack the level/karma to demote these, so they work. So I then suspect that people actively look for questions posted by people who have not yet earned "mod points" or what-you-may-call-it, so that they can post crap answers and earn themselves points without getting modded down by the person who asked the question.

2018年09月25日57分26秒

Oh, man. I learned so much from c.l.p.misc... I think that so long as there's a good group of knowledgeable Perlers the voting system here is better suited to finding -- and identifying! -- good answers. Usenet is a much better place for discussions and exploring the language.

2018年09月25日57分26秒

I used to be moderately active in comp.lang.perl.misc years ago. You learn way more answering than you ever can asking. It's good to have knowledgeable folks vet your answers and it feels great to get it just right.

2018年09月26日57分26秒

It takes longer and the pool of answers is smaller, though. (Not to say that use.perl is a bad community – I love it. But it’s primarily focused on the “community” part rather than the “Perl” part.)

2018年09月26日57分26秒

Yup, there seems to be minimal overlap between here and there.

2018年09月25日57分26秒

Already an answer stackoverflow.com/questions/100248//100367#100367

2018年09月25日57分26秒