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 * Page about Perl Humour.
     - http://perl.net.au/wiki/Perl_Humour .
 
+* Further work on src/uses/chat-scripting/index.html.wml .
+    - Maybe trim the introduction.
+        - remove the what is IRC? stuff almost completely and just say
+        "Perl has good support".
+            - we can assume people will know what it is, and if not
+            there's the link.
+    - Add Jabber/XMPP.
+    - Add the other frameworks:
+        - <perlbot> rindolf: Don't parse IRC with regex! See
+          POE::Component::IRC, Bot::BasicBot. Avoid Net::IRC. See also
+          http://poe.perl.org/ or Net::Async::IRC or AnyEvent::IRC .
+        - Not sure it's a good idea.
+
 
 * Add http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Main_Page .
 
-* Further work on src/uses/chat-scripting/index.html.wml .
-    - Maybe trim the introduction.
-        - remove the what is IRC? stuff almost completely and just say
-        "Perl has good support".
-            - we can assume people will know what it is, and if not
-            there's the link.
-    - Add Jabber/XMPP.
-    - Add the other frameworks:
-        - <perlbot> rindolf: Don't parse IRC with regex! See
-          POE::Component::IRC, Bot::BasicBot. Avoid Net::IRC. See also
-          http://poe.perl.org/ or Net::Async::IRC or AnyEvent::IRC .
-        - Not sure it's a good idea.
-
 * Books:
     - http://oreilly.com/catalog/0636920018476/ - Perl Pocket Reference.
     - http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596004927/ - Programming Perl, 4th ed.

File src/uses/chat-scripting/index.html.wml

 Chat protocol</a>, people have been automating it by writing dedicated
 <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Relay_Chat_bot">robots or
 "bots"</a>, such as chat bots, which are used for amusement;
-infobots, which are used to collect various and handily recall commonly used
-factoids, evalbots which are used to evaluate code, but there are many others
+infobots, which are used to collect various factoids, and handily recall them,
+evalbots which are used to evaluate code, but there are many others
 including many multi-purpose bots.
 </p>
 
 <h2 id="voip">Voice-over-IP (Asterisk/etc.) Support for Perl</h2>
 
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