With TIOBE continuing to persist despite it's stupidity, it would appear we're now moving into the second phase witnessed by almost every flawed design.
That's right, people are now starting to "correct" their language's bad scores by adjusting their behaviours to match the incorrect design.
Delphi has done it, and with 0.02% of CPAN pages having the words "Perl programming" on it, it's probably time we did it too.
After all, we're just "correcting" our language's bad numbers.
But why not take it one (or ten) steps further towards it's logical conclusion.
If 4chan has taught us anything, it's that bad designs shouldn't just be tolerated. They should be stressed to the point of failing to truly demonstrate the asshattery of the people involved.
Now, since there are half a million pages currently on cpan.org that we could modify to include the word "Perl programming" why not go for a two-for-one, and add the words "brainfuck programming" as well.
Well, maybe not brainfuck. We'll need something that's already on the index. Personally I like the look of SuperCollider, a domain specific audio processing language with a 1994-era "homepage" with a rainbow background.
Lets make it our mission to help SuperCollider assume it's rightful place as an "A" ranked TIOBE language!