Thats a great idea. Can you provide a link to the article for me?

Kartik Thakore

> On Jun 9, 2014, at 11:55 AM, "Alexander Becker" <> wrote:
> Hi all!
> I just wondered why the article "Writing Games with SDL Perl" isn't part of 
> the SDLPerl website.
> There is a web site called and his has a lot of (outdated) stuff 
> on SDL and Perl.
> But when it comes to content interesting for beginners, all we get is a link 
> to a repo on github where you see the HTML source code of the text (a link to 
> the HTML source code of a web site makes me cry) or a link to a PDF file that 
> ypu have to download before you can open it.
> As it's already available as HTML, why exactly aren't we showing it as a web 
> site on
> Please correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't we interested in new people 
> starting to use SDLPerl? How should one even get started if we put such 
> obstacles in his way?
> Having outdated and partial manpages online isn't a good thing, but why 
> additionally hide the good things?
> So, enough of the rant. How can I help? What about the following: just put 
> the page online, as first item under "Articles".
> Let's make it the first item even if it's not the most recent one. E.g. 
> something called "sticky". Maybe make a bubble to it like "Get started here". 
> Something glassy like that: 
> Is there a way to contribute?
> Regards,
> Alex

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