Seriously though, it could be argued that sending people to learn the old, tedious way of Perl OOP first will drive some new users away. Especially with languages like Ruby and Python out there which have nice OO out of the box. Don't get me wrong, I totally think that you should learn your roots, but Perl OOP not only imposes a lot more work but can teach really wrong headed behavior (due largely to its extreme minimalism), just look at like the last 2/3rds of Damians OO book, it is full of overly clever tricks that should never be done in the real world. At some point people just need to get work done.
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