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Perhaps subsections could include: (by platform, etc.)
  • Linux
  • UNIX98/POSIX
  • BSD/SYSV
  • Mac 9/X/MacPerl specifics
  • EE
  • Women
  • Job
  • Why Windows is wonderful.
  • Cars
  • completely irrelevant and irreverant
There should probably be more but I definitely agree that the web space should be limited for these portals. This is, after all, PerlMonks.ORG. (did anyone ever try reading that out loud? perlmonks orgy?)
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In reply to RE: perlmonks.org: More than just a Perl resource? by AgentM
in thread perlmonks.org: More than just a Perl resource? by jcwren

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