Self-organized criticality in Perl Modules: the sequel

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Lightning talk



Self organized criticality is a model by which systems reach a critical state where small changes can provoke responses of any size in the system. You know, when you try to fix a small bug and all of a sudden you're refactoring a whole 100K line library. Good thing is, this can be measured, and although it looks like it's not good, it actually is an efficient way the systems evolve and change. Do some Perl modules reach that kind of state? You'll have to attend the talk to know. 

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