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  • KENTNL commented on Don't be afraid to rename your module / dist

    Keep in mind that Role:: is a top level namespace.

    Maybe Role::Attr::CachedURL

    Though looking at what you have, a few things may be true:

    A) The role may not be applicable if you aren't using Moo and thus won't work with "Role::Tiny::With", mostly because of that requirement you use Moo to set the URL.

    B) The current interface seems limited in that it can only compose in one attribute, where multiple may be desirable.

    B is currently YAGNI territory.

    Hm, looking at existing things, it may even be better to writ…

  • KENTNL commented on Don't be afraid to rename your module / dist

    Also, Please remind me not to waste time with the edit process of commenting on to write a decent comment., after allowing me to review my comment with preview multiple times, spontaneously decided to tell me my session had expired and summarily discarded all my effort when I finally went to submit it.

    It is only by the grace of perseverance and TextAreaCache that I was able to retrieve my comment from browser memory, go back to the blog page, and submit it fresh with no preview process.

    I find it hard to communicate just how horrific I …

  • Olivier Mengué (dolmen) commented on Don't be afraid to rename your module / dist

    Just remember that namespaces are quite an old-school way to provide search hints.

    Searching the Internet has long ago moved away from guessing domain names, and we now rely on search engines that analyze content and, in particular, use links to bubble interesting content.

    SEO science now relies on links between content. That's why linking related modules from POD is more important than ever, so fill your own SEE ALSO section and send patches to others SEE ALSO for them to link to your code.
    Write blog posts about it, tweet it...

  • Toby Inkster commented on Don't be afraid to rename your module / dist

    Yes, posting a comment from the "Preview" page is broken.

    The workaround is to preview, then hit back, (if necessary, edit it some more, preview again, and go back again... until you are satisfied with your comment), and then post the comment. You need to post it from the first comment form you started using, not from the preview pages.

  • Matthew Horsfall (alh) commented on PPI 1.218 has been released - bug fixes, speed optimizations, tests, doc improvements

    No sir, thank you!

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