> At 13:18 19/03/2001 +0000, Mark Fowler wrote:
> >On Mon, 19 Mar 2001, Simon Wilcox wrote:
> >
> > > >  b) That is should have a name that appeals to newbies.
> > >
> > > How about EasyScripts ? the domain name is available, anyway.
> >
> >Not very perl, but I like it.  Something similar though.
> EasyPerlScripts or even EZPerlScripts (for the American audience :) ?

My own two-penn'orth would be that it's better without the 'perl'. It's
easier to say, easier to type, and to be honest, the target audience for
Matt's archive don't give a monkeys what language the script is written in.
They're told they want "a guestbook script", they go get "a guestbook

Perl can be emphasised in the text of the page, and brought to the fore when
you come to optimise the page to be found in search engines, etc etc.

It's also more generic, which means you can legitimately 'funnel in'
websurfers who are looking for PHP scripts, and then brainwash^Weducate them
as to why they don't want that shit, they want *this* shit.

Simon Batistoni       userfrenzy
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