I like it. So what if it's "cargo cult" or it occasionally doesn't have the very best way to do something? Perl is sexy because the learning curve encourages diving in without really knowing what you're doing, then figuring stuff out later and getting "legit". Scriptome encourages this approach. It presents a lot of useful info, in a compact way.
I think it would be a better site if it allowed users to post improvements or observations at the bottom of "tools" pages, but even without this feedback feature, it looks pretty useful to me.
So, thanks for posting the link. Even though I have been programming perl for over a year, I will be browsing this site for useful tricks I don't know yet.
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