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Hello fellow Monks.

Some time ago somehow I ended up on a site that contained reviews of Perl modules from CPAN. Now I cant find it again - and it seems that I forgot to bookmark it :eek: All I know is that guy is testing different module, one per day, for ~ 25 days around new year - for past 3, 4 or 5 years. And that there were quite nice modules mentioned there - that I haven't heard of before.

Does anyone knows what that site is?

It also got me thinking - are there places for things like that? I know for but IMHO it's only good only when you know what you are searching for (a review for known module) ...

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