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I'm not trying to be argumenative, but my question is:

What will be the difference between something like JavaMonks and every other java site out there?

These sites all have code, discussion boards, etc..
My feeling is that the community here sets this site apart, not the site itself. This community has a vast amount of knowledge and an incredible passion for Perl. What do you see replacing that for an (insert language here)Monks site?

I'm not trying to rain on anyones parade here, but I'm looking for the reasoning behind doing something like this, other than it would be cool. Can you explain what these types of sites would offer that you can't find already?

Rich


In reply to Re: Re: Re: Insert Language Here Monks by rchiav
in thread Insert Language Here Monks by agent00013

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