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Re^6: [emacs] googlegroup "emacs-perl-intersection"

by LanX (Saint)
on Aug 12, 2009 at 11:30 UTC ( #787907=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^5: [emacs] googlegroup "emacs-perl-intersection"
in thread [perldebugger] calling perldoc from within the debugger

I read Sean's comment about

> In any case, Perl and CPAN already have too many forums for module > authors and users to keep track of (cpanforum, anyone?), so it would > be great if you could make this parasitic on some existing Perl > resource.

I'm either not to eager to do it with google ...

At the moment I'm checking out if we can establish a English (or biligual) sub-board in

It's under active development, RSS, Mailsubscription, Syntax Highlighting Support for a bunch of languages (IMHO including ELISP) and it is Open Source.

Posting in English shouldn't be a problem...

BUT it's not a Mailinglist.

Cheers Rolf

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Re^7: [emacs] googlegroup "emacs-perl-intersection"
by doom (Deacon) on Aug 12, 2009 at 21:08 UTC

    I'm either not to eager to do it with google
    I don't mean to come on like a google cheerleader, myself. But I've been meaning to host this thing as a mailing-list on one of my own boxes for years now, but I've finally admitted to myself that I'm too lazy and I might as well bend my principles a little and go with something like google groups.

    BUT it's not a Mailinglist.
    And I kind-of like that feature myself... I'm going to stick with what I've got for a little while longer (I've only just begun recruiting), but all keep your alternate in mind.

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