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I find this claim ludicrous. is so slow that 3 out of 4 posts actually fail and they have a whole section to complaining about it.

Edit: Actually I had a bit more of a thought about this and I had a look on Gitp is ranked 593 whilst is ranked worse than 100,000 so presumably ought to be fairly lightly loaded. Have you looked up the forums you are comparing perlmonks against on boardreader?

Site nameRankThreads/WeekPosts/Week
Giant in the Playground Forums5931,0967,857

In reply to Re: PerlMonks site is slow by SilasTheMonk
in thread PerlMonks site is slow by larus

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