I think that this list of 100 modules should be generated by voting and not by a log. Important is not to help the modules that are already in use, but get modules that can bring new resources and possibilities for Perl.
For example, the module wxPerl brings a new world to Perl and really should be in the list, but the log won't show that because the main point where the users get this module is from binaries at SourceForge, since is a module that need to much things to compile our won binaries.
Also we have a lot of new modules that are very interesting and should be in the list, or CORE modules that are not downloaded, like threads, that are not 100% yet.
Graciliano M. P.
"Creativity is the expression of liberty".
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