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I was just updating Outside Links once again, struggeling with this huge monster, when I thought the book links really should be separated from other Outside Links.

I think they are very close to at least two sections in the monastery, namely:
Many of the books in Outside Links have Buy it - links, as well as links to their respective review. A lot more links per book could be added (e.g. Errata, Code-samples, etc) but frankly I'm dreading this work, as it would make Outside Links still bigger.

Books are such an important and big part in Outside Links and in the Perl Community, so I think it would be worth giving them their own page.

What do you think?

neophyte Niederrhein.pm


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