I already knew that she had that opinion. I thought that
you were referring to something else when you brought it
up. Perhaps you can explain how her thinking that people
shouldn't bitch and moan about CPAN translates into
thinking that tons of the code that appears here should go
Do you really think that PerlMonks is taking anything
away from CPAN? I don't. I see CPAN constantly recommended
here. I see explicit instructions given for how to
install things from CPAN. I see people being encouraged
to get involved with CPAN. I see people getting feedback
on things that are going into CPAN, feedback which improves
the quality of that code.
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