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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Guilty Pleasure. (Score:2, Interesting)

    I long hated personal weblogs. I scoffed at the initial news stories that heralded the "Arrival of the Blog Era". Every blog I visited was an irrelevant mess of uninteresting crap.

    Early last year, as I was struggling to read some sense into my life, I decided to install a blogger for my own personal use, to simply use as a personal diary. Searching freshmeat (And finding nothing I wanted to use) I happened across Monaural Jerk. Clicking to the example, I found myself at debris.com [debris.com], a weblog I found fascina

    • ha, there's at least 3 times as many people on the modperl list as on p5p.

        - ask (list dad on both)
      --

      -- ask bjoern hansen [askbjoernhansen.com], !try; do();

      • Does that count people (like me) who much prefer the NNTP interface? How would one count that, anyhow?
        • the nntp server does write logs; but I am not looking too closely at them (and there are still 2345234 uncertainty factors).



          I don't think the number of subscribers to p5p dropped much if at all when I made the nntp thing; and otherwise the number has been fairly constant. (And the mod_perl list has always[1] been larger).

            - ask



          [1] Okay, the last few years anyway.

          --

          -- ask bjoern hansen [askbjoernhansen.com], !try; do();

          • I dropped most of the @perl.org lists I was subscribed too after nntp.perl.org went live, including p5p. I stayed with a few macperl lists, plus modules@.