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Re: Which modules are most often mentioned on PerlMonks???

by footpad (Monsignor)
on Jan 26, 2001 at 03:28 UTC ( #54425=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Which modules are most often mentioned on PerlMonks???


It would be also be nice if:

  • There was some text describing: when the script was last run and the date range used.

  • To update this periodically, say once a month or so this rerun periodically.

  • To see it broken down by:

    • 1. Unique monk references (this would take care of AgentM's influence over Bone::Easy).
    • 2. Mentions by Monk Level, e.g. 13 Saints recommend using

  • To include links to the relevant location on

(I realize that some of these may be more appropriate for jcwren to handle.)

Still, very cool...


Comment on Re: Which modules are most often mentioned on PerlMonks???
Re: Re: Which modules are most often mentioned on PerlMonks???
by little (Curate) on Feb 02, 2001 at 01:57 UTC
    Though I guess it would/could be nice to convert that page into a link page, so you go there first when looking up something about a module then follow a link and that should lead to a page like:
    1. download from cpan
    2. read the perlman
    3. this module was mentioned in SOPW
    4. this module has also some Q&A entries
    It's just a page full of links to other locations, but so you'll find everything available about that module in one p(a)lace. And it would be nice to let one search this group of documents for some terms. Just my 2 cents. :-)

    Have a nice day
    All decision is left to your taste

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