You have a good point. I also think that a section where "moderated" code would go might be a sound addition to the monasteries' libraries. Those writeups could have a before/after section at the very top, or even a diff history or something..
Oh, but I didn't want to dwelve into my imagination -- I just wanted to point you to The Perl Cookbook by the great Tom Christiansen and Nathan Torkington, since this might provide you with the kind of information you're looking for: Examples of how to make Perl shine...
Also check out the Q&A section. There are a lot of receipes, and "how to" questions, too. To request critique on your own code output, you can always use the code and/or SOPW sections...
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