As some of you may know, tomorrow I'll be giving a talk on Acme modules
, in Chicago.
I have most of the module list, but I'd appreciate any suggestions you may have.
I'm looking for the most useful, the most useless, the weirdest and the sanest Acme modules. There may even be categories and special awards, if you want to suggest some.
Feel free to reply to this node with you suggestions or to /msg me directly if you feel the surprise element should be carefully taken into account :-)
By the end of it all, I will post the module list here on Perlmonks.
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