Thank you! That's something that will be of great value to people. I hear folks asking about templating in Perl quite frequently, and they are often intimidated by the number and type of options.
I have 2 comments:
1) Something really needed in the community is a full-scale book on building web applications using Perl a step above simple CGI scripts. That is, a book focusing on available application server framworks such as PAS or Mason for building small-to-mid sized, robust and scalable templated web applications. (Hint, hint!)
2) If you have occasion to give the presentation again, I would suggest you take a look at Text::Templar. The documentation is excellent, and I've found it a pleasure to work with.
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