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From Foo JH <jhfoo...@extracktor.com>
Subject Re: decline and fall of modperl? (my last post on this subject)
Date Sun, 29 Mar 2009 16:47:27 GMT
Please do not reply to my comments. I think it's time to close this and
move on.

Ok, my personal summary on this topic:

1. The fact that so many people (including lurkers) responded to this
email suggests that it is a subject that's important to them - be it
personal, professional, or academic.
Conclusion: It would be unwise to for anyone to attempt to conclude a
question like this with short answers. The variety of the responses also
suggests that Perl is used by many for many intents and purposes.

2. There were many good and interesting points brought up on the
relavancy of Perl in today's context. There were anecdotes, personal
experiences etc contributed by everyone.
Conclusion: Not all points will be relavant in the context of every
developer; business environments are not hetrogeneous in all parts of
the world. Perl needs to present a 'face' that will work in each of
these environments if it wants to remain relavant there. Generally it is
 doing a fairly good job in that aspect.

3. Throughout the discussion everyone remained reasonable rational, and
attempt to comment on facts and personal beliefs.
Conclusion: Compared to some other mailing lists I subscribe to, we
Perlites are a fairly level headed bunch. Let's give ourselves a pat on
the back on this. And stay that way please.


Let's move on with new topics of interest please.

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