Yes, I discovered just yesterday that Google is returning absolutely no search results for the query "site:perlmonks.org" ... except the perlmonks.org home page! I had been combining "site:perlmonks.org" with some search terms, to see if Google could give me results quicker than the perlmonks.org Super Search.
Just saw the comment about prlmnks.org ... I'll certainly give that a go.
perlmonks.org is the leading Perl message board, where years of valuable content have been contributed by Perl's brightest lights... it seems a darned shame that the search engines aren't picking up its content. Not good for the language or its users. Using search engines to find content on Perlmonks.org ought to "Just Work."
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