What do you want to see on Perl.com?

Since the relaunch of Perl.com under the auspices of TPF late last year, I've been (slowly) gathering new material to publish. I have a few outstanding articles coming in, but I'd like to find more—and I'd very much like to publish things that people really want to read. My queue right now has:

  • JT Smith on writing Facebook applications with Perl
  • Rewriting rules with Plack middleware
  • HTML 5 and Perl web applications
  • Test::Builder 2
  • Installing and using CPAN modules with ActivePerl

(I've elided the names of the authors who've promised to write but have not yet delivered because they know who they are.)

If you have other ideas (whether as a reader or an author), please contact me.

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