To be fair, I could download the
without leaving any e-mail address.
And, indeed, every script says that it is under GPL.
However, one thing that is definitely missing is documentation
. By looking at the code itself you can't get the feeling of how things are organized; and the demo can't tell you what's under the hood.
So, I would add some (a lot!) of POD to those scripts.
Finally, one last note. No time to have a look at your code, but, just a shot in the dark. Running:
grep -r "use strict" *
from the root of your snapshot, I get an empty list
, meaning that none of your scripts are using it.
The same command inquiring for "-w" and "use CGI" returns a significant list.
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