This poor Moose page is not enlightening me much. I don't know what a postmodern object system, and then it links to a very long talk that has nothing to do with Moose. And I see the word roles and then it makes me kind of embarrassed, because I don't know what they are, but it feels like I should if I'm a halfway decent CS person
I would add Isn't 1999, kinda old?
foxfirefey went on:
I do like the Moose layout background a lot. It's pretty. And the site itself looks very good, and that's a good mark of a module that cares about itself, that somebody thought it was important enough to make a pretty site for.
So here a few ideas that might help:
I think that page might be better if it included
I worry that the link to the article about the post modern object system on perl.com is going to mislead other people as well, so I'd probably make that less prominent.The chronological list of articles is good for history but not useful to someone who is just interested in what Moose is. So it might be better if the site was pointing out the few important articles and have the chronological list lower or another page.
Published on 2009-08-29 by Gabor Szabo