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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Would chromatic and/or Mr. Turner care to comment about that?

    On a random website I just happened to read during non-work hours, on behalf of someone who apparently hasn't read Perl.com today? No, thank you.

    • Hi! Thanks for your reply.

      Hmmm.... interesting: It seems that this Perl.com feed, which I was using to keep track of what's new in Perl.com [oreillynet.com] hasn't been updated in a while, despite several new additions to the site. Please fix it (I'll also email the webmaster.)

      As for reading Perl.com - I expect such sites as Perl.com to announce their new features in their web feeds, and have no time or patience to visit half-a-gazillion sites everday to see what's new. That's what RSS/Atom are for. Obviously, the Perl

      • I wrote it here as a last resort. And I don't think it's any "random website", but that's a matter of taste.

        I have no time or patience to visit half-a-gazillion sites every day in the remote possibility that I might stumble across feedback from people who know how to send a message to the webmaster at perl dot com. Complaining in public is hardly a last resort when you didn't even try to ask anyone in private.

        I'm sure you feel perfectly justified in your own mind about the efficacy of complaining in publ

        • Complaining in public is hardly a last resort when you didn't even try to ask anyone in private.

          No kidding. I, too, got "called out" this week on a public list, for no clear reason. It carries the same rude stink of sending an email to a coworker that says, "Have you finished that thing we talked about yet?" and carbon copying the CEO.

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          rjbs