> In that vain, it's interesting to notice that there are no
> Perl/VB wars,
> because Perl is not really competing for the VB niche, even
> though it has
> the technical ability to do so (Perl/Tk) while Python/Tkinter, with a
> simialr technical profile, but a different social one, does
> battle against
I think thats because Perl programmers work in diffrent places than VB ones.
Perl programmers have a wide chance to work on Perl projects, VB programmers
can always find work VBing away, obly python programmers occasionally find
themselves working on a VB/Java/Perl project, while trying to convince the
world that python is the best.