we need a better board to exchange ideas & knoweldge
I'm imaging everyone in the Perl Monks community staring at each other realising that - until now - only nonsenses were exchanged here. Who are exactly all those "we" that need a better board? Where do you think that this platform lacks the means to exchange ideas and knowledge? Looking back at all the huge amount of posts and answers, I'd rather observe the contrary: quality may vary, but a whole lot of ideas and knowledge has been exchanged so far here. In my personal experience, some few months here let me learn some 80% of the Perl I know today (and before I reached this site I already used Perl in some way).
if we take another board we would benefit
Again, I lack to see the hoardes behind you waiting for another board.
EVERYONE Would do this.
... except a good part of the current community. What are you trying to express with this? If this community were to start from the very beginning, some things would probably be different here, but I think that the basic structure would be the same. Other posts in this thread explain why.
just my 2 cents
And we're at 6 cents so far - this is beginning to become expensive, isn't it? If you want to really buy something, you'd probably begin to describe what you really don't like or cannot afford to use here, and how these problems have been solved in other systems. You surely understand that simply dropping a couple of cents without no thorough explanation will likely make you lose your cents.
Before going further, you'd probably benefit from understanding how things work here, e.g. from the PerlMonks FAQ. Happy reading!
Don't fool yourself.
perl -ple'$_=reverse' <<<ti.xittelop@oivalf
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