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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Hi! I agree Socialtext 2.0 really is subpar. :-)

    However, I'm coincidentally working for Socialtext, and am one of the main hackers of its Wiki Syntax!

    I wonder if we can set up a Free-50 hosted account for the @cpan.org domain, and import the existing Perl 6 Wiki content: See http://www.socialtext.com/products/free50.php [socialtext.com] for details.

    The gist is that all writers (not readers) need to be a CPAN author, which may have the nice dual side-effect of encouraging CPAN authorship and reducing spam.

    The Socialtext 4.0 version has considerably more markup, including proper table and spreadsheet support, as well as JavaScript-based per-page plugins, so if there's a JS-based highlighter we can easily use it.

    If you'd be agreeable to such an arrangement, I can help importing the existing Wiki content to a hosted space just to see how it would look like, and work on lifting the 50-editor restriction if you think it makes sense.

    Thoughts? :-)