[dancer-users] Google says: you win

Mike South msouth at gmail.com
Sun Jan 11 23:42:40 GMT 2015

So, just now I was wondering something about how the "any" route syntax
works, and I put "dancer any" in a google search.

While I did get a "did you mean 'dancer amy'?", every link on the first
page of search results was about the right Dancer.

I don't know a whole lot about page rank and whatnot, but "dancer" and
"any" are pretty common words.  In the past, I've had to add "perl"
somewhere into the search.  I don't know when this crossed over, but I
think this is a pretty significant accomplishment.

Congratulations to everyone who writes, and writes about, this awesome
little framework that could!

See also "dancer routing" (cute did-you-mean with that one--try to guess it
first), and  "dancer post" doesn't even have a did-you-mean, just all
Dancer, all the time.

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