Actually, tongue and cheek aside, I think this is a much needed piece of work. I usually refer to the Camel or LLama when I have a question because I find perldoc a little too counterintuitive for quick reference. I know others don't have a problem with perdoc but many a time I've heard newbies (and a few old salts) express frustration at not being able to get at the answer they just knew was in the documentation. It's not that they didn't know to look, they just didn't know how to look.
I know this was partly in fun but maybe make it a little less flip (the newbie reading over my shoulder thought it was a little patronizing) and you may have hit on something valuable.
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