|> Maybe any newcomers reading this would like to make a concerted effort of noting things down that confused them, or of things they found very valuable when they discovered them but which they had missed initially?
Okay, here's one I found: Perl Monks FAQ seems to me to be exactly backwards. That is, I would rather have seen the general questions first, then the categories, and lastly the recent updates. When I first looked at it, it wasn't clear that the "next 15" link went with the recent updates as opposed to the categories. Reordering it would solve that too.
Just my $.02.
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