Does Perl has a code hider

Matt Follett matt.follett at
Thu Sep 17 14:47:12 BST 2009

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 6:26 PM, Uri Guttman <uri at> wrote:

> >>>>> "DC" == David Cantrell <david at> writes:
>  DC> Uri Guttman wrote:
>  >> brian d foy autoposts FAQ entries to comp.lang.perl.misc and they get
>  >> read and feedback is given to some of them. bdf has updated them as he
>  >> can when good stuff is posted about an entry. yes, many FAQs are sadly
>  >> dated but many have been improved. they won't get integrated until the
>  >> next (sub)release or so. if there is a better place to autopost them
>  >> (here? :), tell him. i also have some code that will automail faq
>  >> entries so i can spam here. plenty of perl hackers here with obviously
>  >> nothing else to do! :)
>   DC> An occasional post here would probably be OK.  Not more than one a
> week
>  DC> or so though.
> well that begs the question. i can easily cron this to whatever schedule
> people think is fine. the issue with once a week is that it will take a
> long time (2+ years!) to cycle through the faqs. maybe 3 times a week
> would work if that is ok with most here. it will easily be filtered as
> the subject will always have FAQ as its lead marker.
It could be a job taken up by multiple PMs.  I think St. Louis Perl Mongers
would probably do one a week too, then you just have to find one more PM to
send to.

~Matt Follett

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