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Re^2: Fix the Perl News header

by educated_foo (Vicar)
on Mar 24, 2012 at 14:36 UTC ( #961407=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Fix the Perl News header
in thread Fix the Perl News header

Thanks for taking the time to update it. It might be worth adding a link to a stable perl5-porters archive (not Google Groups -- God knows what will happen to that), but your list is good: short and up-to-date.


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Re^3: Fix the Perl News header
by jdporter (Canon) on Mar 24, 2012 at 15:58 UTC

    I updated it a little more. I took out the language that says "post news on one of those sites"; instead, it says post here. :-)

    Also - I hope you don't mind, Arunbear, but I took out the Enlightened Perl Ironman link. That's not really news; it's even less so than a blog, which is what most of the other sites are.

      Ironman might not strictly be news, but e.g. it's where I go to get my daily dose of "what's happening in the Perl world". It's also much more fresh than the O’Reilly blogs section (which is more archive than news).

        Ok, I added it back in. It's just another blog aggregator, and I'd rather have one link too many than one link too few. What I don't like about that page is that it's very opaque wrt what blogs it's aggregating.

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