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It should be perl.org/doc or doc.perl.org anyway, and not have "perl" twice in the URL.
Does it also bother you that every perldoc about perl has perl in it's name? For example, perlreftut, perlfunc, perlsec... That is to say, that the perldoc already says that we're looking at the documentation for perl, why prefix the subject with perl again?

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In reply to Re^3: perlcheat by thor
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