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Re: perlmonks too slow

by vladb (Vicar)
on Sep 13, 2002 at 18:15 UTC ( #197682=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to perlmonks too slow

Please make it faster. Way faster.

How about you get a head start on it? Seriously, though, what you had just said sounds way perplexing. I'm sure you have already received a fair share of responce on your initial post and my attempt to add a drop in the bucket wouldn't prove to be of any significance. However, I too couldn't stand by the wayside...

To summarize, some of the options available to you in order for you to be able to see a successful resolution to your inquest are..

  1. Learn the Everything engine. Literally everything you see around the monastery runs on the Everything engine. I've looked at the source code and it is by far one of the best code I'd ever seen in my career as a Perl programmer. For one, I know I couldn't have written any better. Once you've learned the trade, spend some time hacking away at a solution. And as soon as you notice anything viable, let the rest of the community know. If proven worthwhile, I'm sure the gods will amend the way monastery runs (in the back-end).

  2. Donate as much as you possibly can. This will help the gods to invest in better hardware to run their monastery on. This is by far the simplest solution, yet comes at a cost, not surprisingly :). However, if you seem to value your time more than the total sum you could dedicate towards the offerring plate, then by all means consider this option.


This is rather simple, afterall, eh? :)

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