A Perl Projects section would be interesting, but I
don't think that it would be a great success, as I don't see
where it would differ from Freshmeat
except that it is for Perl only. Coordination and releases
have to be done on a website and via a mailing list anyway
(at least I think that this is more efficient than this
Releases of the code could be posted either as links
or complete with the code under Code or something like that,
mostly copying Freshmeat but maybe losing the platform focus
and having a language focus instead.
Despite these negative comments, I'd appreciate it to be
wrong in this case and have a flourishing community of people
that release many useful programs as monks :).
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