I think this is an excellent idea. While perldoc can be really helpful, there's no substitute for a good book. A lot of perl newbies probably aren't aware of the godsend called Oreilly press. This might intersect somewhat with the reviews section, but I think it would also be useful for links to online articles, (there are a few good ones, like coping with scoping).

I haven't seen any Quests posted since I joined perlmonks, maybe it's time for one. I don't think its entirely clear whether this overlaps too much with other nodes we already have, and i think its also unclear exactly what the format of such a node should be.

Anyway, just my .02

-Mark


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