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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I try to run and make a local Perl Mongers group alive. +Helped to organize local Perl Workshop. +Blog about Perl in my local language. +Write and maintain CPAN modules.

    In my opinion, Perl is not for everyone and certainly not for masses. Perl is a language for technical based people, not designers and managers that's why the look and marketing is not on the first place.

    Still quality products makes good publicity. I'm really sceptic about projects like starting new editor. As with anything new now, to start it's easy but even to catch up with today "market products" takes extremely lot of time and energy. That's why I've send, some ti ago, a comment to one of the Padre blogs - "why another editor?". Now I've spend some time looking at Padre and it looks really promising, if it doesn't loose it's first acceleration. There is a team that's working on it and it's localized with plugins already. Well it's the environment of OpenSource - everyone is doing what he likes, not what he has to (like in day job). Let's see how far Padre will make it. :) If really far I'll blog about it in my local language to make more publicity to quality products done in Perl. (besides using it of course)