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RE: HowTo setup a modern perl development environment
Your contribution cannot be approved because it is not as informative as other contributions. See the Utopian Rules. Contributions need to be informative and descriptive in order to help readers and developers understand them.
- You MUST include more concepts in the tutorial. This is just installation process. I am not saying it is not useful. But for it to be acceptable as a utopian contribution, it needs lots of work. Thanks for the work.
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thanks for the feedback, ill keep improving ;) would a something be acceptable that shows how to write a module which interacts with the steem api?
This was really helpful for me, thank you!
You haven't made a post or comment in the past 7 days, and I want to reward you by upvoting you! So, respond to this, and then I'll be able to? :)
FYI ,this contribution was essential for me to get the accepted contribution to work. So, please at least link back to here, if you won't approve this one? (I really don't know how the approval process works -- just wanted to share that if I had only had the other link, I would be stuck.)
im also not sure what to do here. I have a series of 3 tutorials and only the latest one was accepted. Its written in the rules that i cant include things in a curriculum section unless they are accepted. so i listed the links to here under the requirements section.
I dont think this post itself will be accepted since it was to simple, nevertheless its needed to set everything up and i wanted to keep the first stepps simple.
i guess the requirements link will have to do for now ;)
Yeah, it's like those StackOverflow top-rated answers which have a link to a site which is now dead. :(
At least your bread crumbs were there to help me! :)