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As always, ++ for the idea. Go for it.

As far as possible domains, I see that:


Are all available as of this writing.

As far as services, I'd love to see:

  • email (with forwarding)
  • CGI (duh)
  • FTP

  • A certain amount of hosting, perhaps something like, though you might consider making it available at a certain level. After all, do we really want something like

  • Hosting of the Perlmonk's SharedBook Repository, so we can see which books are available and where they are.

  • A search engine that combines hits from pm, that article archive we're always yammering about, Dominus's pages, and so on. Sort of a Good Perl Search Portal.

In fact, you could even set up a subscription type of thing where you split the proceeds with vroom and co. Make it affordable enough for everyone, even damian1301. ;-)


P.S. You could even tell us who won the t-shirt. ;-)

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