2011.12.15 in #21
CPAN - As Seen From Space!
This was announced in many channels but here you can also see some funny comments such as 'Thanks for spending your time developing a way for me to waste mine :)'. Grant McLean created a map of all CPAN. You can slice it and dice it. See the authors, the dependencies or the users of a module.
2012.10.22 in #66
Map of CPAN - The Movie
I don't know what this means, but it is fun to watch... Very dramatic.
2015.09.12 in #216
Is Perl still a useful, viable language?
How many people are asking this question these days if it brings daily visits to the Map of CPAN via a not-too-prominent link?
2016.03.23 in #244
A Tutorial for using LibXML from Perl
XML::LibXML can be a daunting beast. But there is a new documentation project -- XML::LibXML by Examples -- out there to help you tame it.
2018.06.04 in #359
Update to XPath Sandbox
The XPath Sandbox tool allows you to try out different XPath expressions directly in your browser. Some new additions arrived now.
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