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It would be fairly easy to add a Testing section to Catagorized Questions and Answers. I wonder if it might be more effective as a new catagory in the Tutorials section though. If it were added as a Q&A section, do we have enough people with testing Q/A stuff to quickly populate the new section? Remember, when you post a question to Q&A, you should be prepared to also post an answer as well. Q&A is about answers to common questions. If you have a specific question and don't know the answer, that's a Seekers of Perl Wisdom node.

Tutorials, on the other hand, would just need one or two people to write something good to get the new catagory off the ground.

I don't know what the right answer is. Let's hear some opinions, and then we can get it implemented if there's enough support for it.


In reply to Re: Request for new Q&A category: Testing? by davido
in thread Request for new Q&A category: Testing? by McMahon

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