I just wonder(ed) what happened to Larry Wall, Damian Conway, Randal L. Schwartz, Brian D'Foy and others that were, well, significant people back then.
I happen to know that the first two still use Perl 5 a lot, and investigate much time in Perl 6.
But honestly, if you have no concept as to what I mean, or why I posted this, then, well, I guess ... you just don't.
From you posting about a 404 of an unrelated page to Perlmonks Discussion (which is for discussions about Perlmonks, not Perl in general), I indeed didn't have a concept as to what you meant. I can't read minds. Thanks for explaning.
Anyway, I've told TimToady about the 404. Maybe he's inclined to fix it.
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