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I needed to find a good Perl module to do HTML parsing. The good thing about Perl is the CPAN (module library) with gazillions of modules to do everything, the bad thing is that it's hard to find the right module.
So I though, let's ask Stack Overflow: “What is a good Modern Perl way to parse HTML documents?”
I quickly got one great answer and several good comments. I would have gotten at least one more good answer, but then the question was put on hold because it's “subjective”, and it couldn't be added anymore. In spite of protests, it was then closed and later deleted.
I've got the answers that I needed, but now other people will be deprived of this useful information. Is it really so important to stick to the rules that this question had to be removed? Yes, it's subjective. By definition. I want people's opinions about what module I should use, after all. The question got 8 plus-votes and 2 minus-votes, so others thought it was useful too.
The URL was http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17502435/what-is-a-good-modern-perl-way-to-parse-html-documents , but I think it only works when logged in as me.
Do I need to start looking for another site to ask such questions? If so, too bad, I really liked Stack Overflow until now.