Nice script, Dog and Pony. ++.
It didn't work straight out of the box for me, though. It failed whenever I tried to use a node id rather than a name. A little patch at around line 69:
# start amoe hack
my $url = 'http://www.perlmonks.org/index.pl?';
$url .= ($node =~ /^d+$/ ? 'node_id' : 'node');
$url .= "=$node&displaytype=displaycode";
# end amoe hack
That fixes it, unless you use a number for the title of a node, in which case you can just use the node_id instead.
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