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Whilst I agree that any expectation that the membership here is anything more than a small percentage of the Perl programmers (as opposed to users for whom the percentage would probably be immeasurable :) around the world, is naive; I think your most visited stats are maybe suspect.

I guess it depends on who's numbers you believe; but also what they choose to measure.

For example, by one particular supplier, is below the 10 millionth globally, but by the same supplier, is in the top 20,000.

Lies & damned lies aside, it'd be interesting to see an aggregate score.

First time I ever looked at such statistics. For all the billions of websites, the vast majority must get precious little traffic.

With the rise and rise of 'Social' network sites: 'Computers are making people easier to use everyday'
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In reply to Re^7: Is PerlMonks relevant for one's Perl marketability? by BrowserUk
in thread Is PerlMonks relevant for one's Perl marketability? by j0se

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