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  • I have to say I was greatly impressed that the Dancer guys have offered to implement some kind of configuration option so I can explicitly turn disable their Dancer-imposed warnings in production...

    This quote makes me very suspicious about the whole contest, since the Mojolicious folks never even heard a single word about this before.

    • I reckon this post was instigated mainly by me. When Adam turned up on the IRC channel after he read from our posts that strict and warnings are on by default, I tried to explain it's on purpose and asked what the problem with it was.

      This started a whole discussion when Adam said there's no need for it in production and I countered it saying I do want it in production.

      Then the discussion flowed between the rest of the programmers on letting the user be able to change the default warnings on.

      This is also som

    • Good ol’ Sebastian… :-)