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posted by KM on 2002.11.29 13:35   Printer-friendly
stas writes "Back in July a new site was released. We are quite happy with the new site's usability, though unhappy about several sections of the site. If you use mod_perl we need your help to fill in the gaps.

Do you know of any new mod_perl based products that aren't listed already.

Do you know of mod_perl training companies, ISPs supporting mod_perl, commercial mod_perl support, etc., which is not already listed?

Especially we need help populating the new Tutorials section and Offsite resources, where mod_perlers go for solving their problems in non-mod_perl domains, so for example we can use that page to send the offtopic posters to.

Of course if you find some invalid and outdated information and dead links, please let us know.

Please post the information to the modperl list, but please first check if it's not on the site already. Use the search engine if in doubt. Thank you!"

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  • PerlMonks

    (I didn't send to the list because it seems you have to subscribe, and I'd really rather not)
    Were that I say, pancakes?
  • thanks, added.

    it was already listed in the menu bar (sister sites).


    Stas Bekman [] of

  • Last time I used it I found the ISP list to be a bit random - rather a lot of 'consulting services'. There was a big lack of low-cost mod_perl hosts. However with the growth of the Virtual Private Server (virtual linux machines or similar) hosting companies, this is looking like less of a problem.

    One I personally would recommend: under their "Private-Server" plans)