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Nice. Good work
But looking at its headlines I see that for use.perl it says use.perl Project Ponie: Perl On New Internals Engine. That's sooooooo yesterday. :-)
Of course it could and should point to the success stories as well.
I would expect it to include such things as - Perl Training in each country, how to find perl employees, perl applications available, etc.
If i download it
it looks blurred (like you put gaussian blur 4,
and just made it very very fuzzy)
In mozilla it just looks kinda broken
In phoenix it don't show up at all
(just like IE)
I am on Win2k
-- ask bjoern hansen [askbjoernhansen.com], !try; do();
I want to respond point by point, but can't bring myself to.
I have fixed the bug regarding title tags.
Sorry, couldn't resist.
As for altered capitalization, that's called artistic license.
For historical reasons the URL is http://www.perl.org [perl.org], although the name of the site is "perl.org".
This may or may not change in the future. If you're interested in why, please find two people on opposite sides of the "www" vs "no www" debate, and wind them up.
There aren't too many links to online tutorials, but there should be.
I could also use a link to http://perl-begin.berlios.de/ [berlios.de]
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