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I always thought most of the monks here do e-commerce work. That's one of the main reasons I posted the GnuPG tutorial and it's also the reason why I read (and re-read and re-read and will probably read again) perrin's great EToys article and Salon's Industrial Strength Publishing

Like tachyon noted, the only real difficult part of e-commerce is the CC architecture and even that's not terribly difficult with the good work Ivan and others are doing with Business::OnlinePayment. The tough part there is working through the business side of the house to set up the necessary partnerships (payment gateway, clearing-house, and bank).

So I say, use perlmonks as your forum for e-commerce. Post your questions, meditations, and snippets here. Even if there not purely perl, I think most monks would see value in meditations on e-commerce especially if it clears the haze that surrounds credit card processing - anyone up for doing a meditation that compares and contrast payment gateways?


In reply to Re: E-Commerce Monks by derby
in thread E-Commerce Monks by Alexander

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