the moon! Also, I understand that pretty much everything (including the moon) can be customized, but why make things more difficult?! It seems like every day this week at YAPC::NA there was talk about making Perl (and the community) more accessible to non-Perl people, bringing in and welcoming new users and new generations of users, and increasing diversity of the userbase and the community. Well, by making it required to customize your browsers, etc. just to tell the difference between ~>
automatically selects against people that are just becoming interested in programming. Today, there was a discussion during Larry Wall's Fireside Chat about trying to avoid losing scientists to other programming languages. Well, most scientists I know (and probably a lot of other professions that use programming on occasion) do NOT have the time to figure out what needs to be done to do such tweaks. This will just result in more frustrated beginners taking up our time trying to figure out why their code isn't working.
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