the best way to get this started, is simply to do it and then
others will lend in their support, just put up a webpage
with the first few candidates and let others comment
just my 2 cents,
* Aaron Trevena ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> Following the general feelings of the professional perl mongers on the
> list towards certain authors and script archives, I thought the perl
> mongers could build their own script recipebook on the net and provide
> secure but clear and simple and well explained example and instant cgi
> scripts as an alternative to Matt and other resources.
> Given that there are quite a few scripts out there, we could concentrate
> on having secure, well written and explain perl for key tasks like -
> search engine, forum, shopping cart and checkout (alternatives for mason,
> tt, etc).
> This would be something good to point beginners at - particularly if ORA
> give it some support.
> <A HREF = "http://termisoc.org/~betty"> Betty @ termisoc.org </A>
> "As a youngster Fred fought sea battles on the village pond using a
> complex system of signals he devised that was later adopted by the Royal
> Navy. " (this email has nothing to do with any organisation except me)
Greg McCarroll http://www.mccarroll.uklinux.net