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I don't mind the fact that everything's not immediately obvious. Time and curiosity will reveal most aspects of the site in the end. Somehow that seems like a metaphor for perl itself (or at least I hope so! :)).

Making all the information hyper accessible just speeds the pace up - dash in, dash out, finding out only what you think you need, not the information wiser monks think you ought to know.

I just get the feeling that perlmonks is a place you can wander round, taking your time, meeting people if you want, studying, browsing, all at a leisurely pace - rather like a gentlemen's club.

Shame there's no beer on tap, really!!

Write all that stuff if you want - I'm just happy to meander along finding stuff out on the way. This is a monastery, after all...

In reply to Re: Make Purpose of each Section clear by jonnyfolk
in thread Make Purpose of each Section clear by jdporter

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