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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by Juerd (1796) on 2007.12.16 9:05 (#59453) Homepage
    Seems fair to link "talking" to a chat log, and "interesting subject" to a Wikipedia page, for example. Please provide more context: where was the link pointing to?
    • You will never see me do this [reference.com] again, but here is the whole problem. "Talking" does not describe a chat log.

      Alternately, scan the front page of LWN.net: announces, covers, reports, takes a look. Those are all meaningless link titles. They're verbs.