I'm not uber-familiar with sourceforge, but (so) I don't see why it would be inapropriate for this job. I think it would be cool to have a PerlMonks workshop, but it would make more sense to me to recruit here and manage at SourceForge
At the very least, I think it would be good to experiment with that before having vroom build the same thing here. (And what would the difference be anyway, besides the people involved?) It would probably end up like the Q&A section here, which isn't really very useful IMHO.
It strikes me as going against Perls Laziness virtue...unless you think Sourceforge really isn't set up to do what you want.
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