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I think you are confused. We don't have a problem with new ideas, we have a problem with your idea. Dozens of monks have given their honest criticism of your idea and it's shortcomings, with constructive, helpful suggestions on how to improve it and solve you problems. But you have blinders on and think that your idea is the greatest idea ever and is perfect. You dismiss everyone who hasn't broken down crying at the beauty of your idea as elitist and closed-minded. Hell, it's not even an original idea. You can keep saying it isn't, but it's pretty much a templating system

Put up or shut up. Stop your whining and make the effort to package your code and put it on CPAN. If it is as good as you say it is, people will use it. TemplateToolkit, Moose, Catalyst, etc all started that way. They grew because the solved a real need in a good way. In practice, not just in their creator's minds.

Feel free to respond with another pointless, rambling, paranoid diatribe, or maybe degenerate into ad hominum attacks and profanity. Based on your history that is you most likely response.



-pete
"Worry is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere."

In reply to Re^3: Bad Religion! by dreadpiratepeter
in thread Bad Religion! by Logicus

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