[sf-perl] Perl website for noobies

Bern fluxnet at gmail.com
Thu Apr 3 11:24:26 PDT 2008

its the city, is Like New York for geeks

On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 11:20 AM, Duane Obrien <duane.obrien at gmail.com>

> On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 9:12 PM, Quinn Weaver <quinn at fairpath.com> wrote:
> > Holy crap!  Andy Lester and Randal Schwartz are duking it out on our
> >  list.  I feel like a spectator who turns up in the town square to find
> >  Lords Montague and Capulet going at it.
> I would like to depart from the topic long enough to recognize that
> the above statement is damn funny and shout be recognized.
> And also, perhaps, to point out what I think is the obvious, though so
> far unstated.
> Users, new and old, ultimately turn to the resources that solve their
> problems the best.  Not the resources that are enforced as standard,
> or hyped as awesome, our built with innovation, or that important
> people prefer.  There ought to be room, even in the land of Perl, to
> look at the way solutions are being provided and ask "Can it be done
> better?"  The answer may always be no, but asking the question is
> Important.
> -D
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