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Yes Dave, at least you have a bit more knowledge than your peers in this thread. Selena Sol is in fact a public pseudonym for me, Eric.

In terms of what I know about CGI programming, I think that I know just enough to have inspired a thousand web developers, written books, spoken at conferences and won awards, and solved lots of problems people were having both technically and not.

Does that mean I am a guru?

No, it does not. And Inever ever claimed to be. It is no secret that I am not a programmer and I have no intention of being one. And even if I did, I still know that there would be a hundred punks like you claiming to be better.

Whatever.

As far as my archive goes, it is a valuable resource which you obviously have not bothered to truly investigate. As an open source project,some of the best perl developers from around the world have contributed to it and the current architecture is far superior to any applicaiton development framework for Perl CGI that exists today.

- Selena Sol

www.extropia.com (choose the open source link) and for goodness sakes, at least read the whole article before you all spout off ignorantly.


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