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Re: A Perl Project Page

by aartist (Monk)
on Jul 24, 2011 at 02:02 UTC ( #916366=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to A Perl Project Page

If all you want us to say that it is a good idea, I would like to say that, try to implement a small idea first that you might consider worth while. Even if you can find a resource to implement it, it would be nice too. Just so that you would know, what is actually involved and you can get a first hand report for it.

Meanwhile, look around. See what other people have implemented. Look at other open source communities and Perl projects in the same. Bring experience to the table. As I suggested in other node, start implementing as a single node. Do not think Perlmonks as ever ready community which is eager to do big work. Do not think that Perlmonks community is after XP. We all are here to learn as community members.

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[oiskuu]: YM, I'm interested in your questions... maybe start a a thread at polls.

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