I don't have much to add to this: Attack on Perl or Perl's need better PR (again)
What I do have is a question. Is the sudden sprouting of these (several, on more or less the same day) articles:
- misinformed meme that got promulgated along various blurburgitators, or
- a coordinated smear campaign (who? follow the money...er, 'street cred')
Either option is interesting to me.
Update:: The point is 'who stands to benefit'. I don't have the answer, but patterns like this stand out. Why?
Update 2: No, I don't think the dates correspond to some sort of 'Perl Harbor'. Maybe a Perl Harbinger.
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