in reply to Help with updating a Perl Resources sticky thread at a web developer forum?
Do you guys think I should just remove entirely the dubious/unknown tutorials and just replace them with some of the suggestions from roboticus? One thing I worry about is PerlMonks... looks a little 1999. I love for people to come here but hopefully they don't think it's a reflection of Perl (these may be web designers, possibly used to shinier sites from Ruby, Python or PHP). Also, PM is quite slow loading for me, so possibly also for other people. Sometimes it's a minute or more to get a page up.
And, can anyone give me any reasons to remove the "SitePoint Articles" stuff? Other than Attack of the Killer Bugs, which seems to still be relevant, the others either review old books or have old Perl How-to's that I can't tell if they (at this age) are giving bad advice now.