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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • No competent project manager would agree to manage something unmeasurable.

    My argument remains that attempting to do so with regard to the DarkPAN is futile.

    • Insistance is futile, you will not be assimilated?

      • If you can't observe the DarkPAN, its contents, its needs, and the consequences of any change to Perl 5 are opaque. I believe that basing design decisions on the inobservable DarkPAN is a mistake.

        Observing (at least part of) it gives the Perl community a better chance to evaluate proposed changes in documentation, training, best practices, idioms, workarounds, core library changes, and core language changes.

        We may still disagree about the nature and scope of changes as well as their most appropriate or use