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The traffic being light is my main (if not explicit) point. If more and more people start throwing out a "news" update every time they update a module, Perl News will not be a place of light traffic. It will be a mess of duplicated data which already has a home drowning out the truly novel and important news. I wanted to comment on what I see as a negative trend before it becomes a bigger problem than it already is.


In reply to Re^2: What exactly counts as "Perl News"? by mr_mischief
in thread What exactly counts as "Perl News"? by mr_mischief

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