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Re^5: Enterprise Perl

by Anonymous Monk
on Aug 05, 2005 at 12:01 UTC ( #481209=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Enterprise Perl
in thread Enterprise Perl

What if the perl.org website described Perl as
Then perl.org would be lying, wouldn't? AFAIK, there is no such thing as "Enterprise Perl Pods" doing what you describe as doing, and "P5EE" is nowhere near 'Enterprise ready'. And I've no idea what the "Perl Product Line" is supposed to be.

That doesn't mean those things can't be created. But someone has to do it. If you think it's that important, by all means, don't whine - write the stuff. Or shut up.

It currently says
What it currently says is all true.


Comment on Re^5: Enterprise Perl
Re^6: Enterprise Perl
by punkish (Priest) on Aug 05, 2005 at 12:27 UTC
    This is a "meditation." Fwiw, the make-belief P5EE description is about other commercial software that, as far as I can determine, is also not all that it claims to be.

    If you think it's that important, by all means, don't whine - write the stuff. Or shut up.

    I would say that the tone of the above line doesn't contribute anything to this thread. If you do want to tell me that I am whining, and I should shut up, then please don't write as an anonymous coward.

    --

    when small people start casting long shadows, it is time to go to bed
      then please don't write as an anonymous coward.
      So, you'd shut up if I created an account and named myself "punfish", because then suddenly, I wasn't anonymous anymore?
      If you do want to tell me that I am whining, and I should shut up, then please don't write as an anonymous coward.
      I just would like to say that not every anonymous monk that posts, has an account here. Creating a user just for one comment, doesn't feel right to me. I'd rather have them post in their current status, as a person with no account, no name, no site status. It's more truthful that way.

      I, for one, welcome the one time — or one-thread — posters.

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