I have been noticing that the quality of questions and
answers here at PerlMonks.ORG is quite high. We have some
of the greatest Perl programmers around here. And we have
some just-as-great ignorami like me to ask questions :-)
It occurred to me when looking at that question on sorting
numbers that it really really would be useful to come out
with a printed version of the most useful PerlMonks
Q/A sessions. I mean, we are taking Perl Cookbook and the
Perl FAQ to another level.
I was developing a Perl framework to edit such a text.
The contents of the document would be live, that is,
pulled directly from a GET command PerlMonks.ORG and
inserted into the body of the book. All of the answerers
would get a percentage of book royalties relative to their
contribution to the book contents.
So, I wouldlike to forge ahead with editing this text but
dont want to be seen as a thief or copyright infringer, so
I would like the consent of my fellow monks before
embarking on this time-consuming yet clearly valuable
To some, Perl is an art form. To others it is a religion.
What is it to you?