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#include '../template.wml'
#include "toc_div.wml"
#include <utils.wml>

<latemp_subject "“Usability” of the Perl Online World for Newcomers - Version 1" />

<latemp_meta_desc "“Usability” of the Perl Online World for Newcomers - Version 1" />

<p class="hilight">
[ <a href="#itself"><b>Skip to the main content</b></a> ]

<h2 id="main">Usability of the Perl Online World for Newcomers</h2>

<h3 id="main_intro">Introduction</h3>

This is an essay I’ve written and published (on a different place) that
discussed the suitability of the Perl online world for newcomers. It had
received a lot of commentary, both supporting, and criticising.

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<h3 id="itself">The Article Itself - 2nd Revision</h3>

#include "docbook/5/rendered/usability-of-perl-world-for-newcomers.xhtml"

<h2 id="other_formats">Other Formats</h2>

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<a href="<get-var db5_base />.pdf">Acrobat Reader (PDF) Format</a> (You are allowed to print it, but please don’t.)
<a href="<get-var db5_base />.xml">Original DocBook/XML</a>.
<a href="<get-var db5_base />.rtf">Word RTF</a>.

<h2 id="coverage">Coverage</h2>

<b>TODO :</b> fill in.