From: "Eric Niebler" <[hidden email]>
> evening, and he asked why C++ didn't have the equivalent of Perl's CPAN
> -- that is, a huge repository of useful code to which anybody can
> submit. No releases. No quality assurance. No reviews. Survival of the
> fittest. Here's a wacky thought: can we turn boost-sandbox into CBAN
> (the Comprehensive Boost Archive Network), and cherry-pick the best
> libraries from CBAN for inclusion in boost? If anybody could make
> something like this fly, it's boost. We'd need to look closely at the
> CPAN model to find out why it's successful.
Something this boost newbie would find valuable would be the equivalent of
codeproject.com (or a Boost section within codeproject ... there is a
section for STL).