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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • For me, the value of use Perl is that it has everyone in one place. I see everything that gets posted here (and read most of it); if you happen to write here, I’ll read you. In contrast, for me to specifically subscribe to any single-person weblog in particular, it has to meet a much higher interest bar than the use Perl community as a whole. So I very rarely follow people out of here, even if I used to read them while they were here.

    I know this is true of others too. To walk away from here means to

    • I understand what you mean. Majority of blogs I read regularly are probably on use.perl for the same reason: they are in the same place. I played with RSS in the past but gave up for some reason.

      Yet frankly if I stay on use.perl.org I would just not write anything ;) I'm lazy and with blogspot I have less excuses not to write. For example one thing I started doing is writing future blog post ideas as drafts. Sometimes I get some idea to write about and in the past I'd just forget about it because I don't

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      Ilya Martynov (http://martynov.org/ [martynov.org])

      • And UI is just nicer.
        There's at least two people that I know of, that post the same entries both here and on their own private blog. As I understand it, they write it for the other blog and then use a custom script to post the same content on use.perl.org.

        It's obvious you prefer the other interface by far — and if you feel that way, then you are obviously right.

        So my idea is: write (or port) a little Perl script that can be used to crosspost your blog entries both on your own site, and here? That actually sounds like a fun little project.

        p.s. how do people feel about posting non-Perl stuff here? I personally like that, but I can't shake the feeling that a fear for posting non-Perl (AKA "off-topic") stuff here is a reason for some people, to start up their own blog elsewhere — and lose their audience by doing so.