Monday, 6 July 2009

Perlbuzz is no longer useful

I've been since a long time disappointed at perlbuzz, but here's another blatant proof of their lack of professionalism. This supposed "news roundup" post points to several articles by chromatic and his fanboys, and supplement them by pure FUD, like the retransmission of a twitter message saying "Is getting code into the !perl core a fight against inertia and petty hostility?", linking to an anonymous comment on a random web forum. If this is not calumny, I don't know what it is. It's just unfair to see perlbuzz relaying it without checking.

However, I note that none of the rebuttals written by me or by others elsewhere have deserved a mention.

Someone is actively trying to damage the community image of P5P out there, and perlbuzz is helping him. Willingly?

4 comments:

Aristotle said...

The gratuitous PHP-bashing comment does not help either.

Andy Lester said...

rgs, I think you have higher expectations of Perlbuzz than are appropriate. Perlbuzz is not "professional", whatever that means.

The stuff I post in the Twitter feed that then gets aggregated in the news roundups is what happens to catch my eye throughout the day and that I think are interesting. That's all.

I have no axe to grind on either side of this pissing match.

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