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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've made several offers to accept styling and so on. While I think mere styling is a stupid reason to dislike a site, I've made the offer. No takers. Shrug.

    • Oh and BTW I've never heard of blogs.perl.org. Not sure I see the point. Worse commenting system, slightly prettier.

      • The big points I've heard was that it's easier to write in and it can handle inline images.
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        • Images makes sense. Not sure I can recall anyone complaining about useperl being hard to write in. Maybe different kinds of non-HTML markup?

        • And tags, and trackbacks, and syntax highlighting, doesn't look completely awful when not logged in, OpenID support, etc. In a week or so, it should be set up on a new, beefier server and we should be much closer to prime time!

    • Why do you continue to evade the issue of spam being sent out offering a way to eliminate you? Aren't you concerned for your safety?
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  • Is this more of the less-anachronistic Perl way of pushing people out the door, especially those who do stuff ?

    I hope not.

    Thanks pudge for use.perl.org. I like it and while I have nothing much to say, I like reading this site and do so on a daily basis.

    The writing has shall we say has a certain cognitive resonance.

    Strangely enough, to me it looks crisp and readable, but then I have always thought that pictures unless they are good (and usually that means the products of artists who illustrate their pros

    • It's sad that the philosophy of trying not to be a dick to other people is tarred with the broad brush of "politically correct," thus making it easy to dismiss.

      Clearly, there is a market for websites where calling others a slimy mofo is encouraged. I'd never considered this as a market niche.

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    • This should be handled soon. The new server has finally been allocated and work will begin (tonight, I think) to start installing the MT dependencies.