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sjn (3626)

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Wednesday October 14, 2009
11:25 AM

How I use use.perl.org

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When I look for Perl stories/news, I actually check out use.perl.org first (then followed by different blog feeds I subscribe to with bloglines.com). That may sound weird, but I find the journal entries here very useful and informative, and when something shows up on the front page it's almost always something I'd like to know.

So when visiting use.perl.org I'm mostly looking for the following 3 things:

  1. What journals have been posted since last time I visited (or the last few days), read comments and perhaps write a comment now and then.
  2. What's on the front page.
  3. Post something in my use.perl journal.

I'd love to see the website streamlined a little for this purpose. How often do journal entries end up on the front page (without using the story submission system)? How many editors does use.perl have, and how often do they check their use.perl inbox? Who can "rearrange" the front page so that journal entries get a more visibility?

Is there a group of people who are working on improving use.perl.org?

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