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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I bleieve in meaningful names. I have no idea what this thing is. "It's a new framework" is not good enough for me. What are its goals, its selling points? Once you've established that, once I know what you stand for, I might come back and think up a name.

    "Woodstock"? I thought it was an audio related project.

    • Well, "Woodstock" was also my codename for Catalyst before Danijel had the idea for the real name.

      I think the biggest selling point will be that it fixes a lot of design mistakes in Catalyst.
      Things like private/public path mapping are not necessary, the way internal forwarding works is completely counter intuitive...
      And there is a lot more, especially usability will be weighted very high in Woodstock.
      • I think the biggest selling point will be that it fixes a lot of design mistakes in Catalyst.

        In the same way that Catalyst fixed what you saw as design mistakes in Maypole?

        I'm finding it difficult to see the proliferation of Perl frameworks as a good thing. No wonder people see Ruby on Rails as so inviting.