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Eric Wilhelm (6389)

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Tuesday August 14, 2007
03:55 AM

whois.perl.org?

[ #34105 ]

I've often wanted to contact the maintainer of some foo.perl.org page and not found any contact info (e.g. qa.perl.org, learn.perl.org, etc.)

Schwern's "Blame Schwern" talk made a good point, but what if the "somebody should" or "wouldn't it be cool if" involves an existing website? You need to know who to talk to.

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  • http://noc.perl.org/ [perl.org] should generally be able to put you in touch with the right folks (and in fact, the right folks are often the NOC folks), but I agree it would be a good idea if it were clearer.

    Perhaps we could campaign to get contact details on each perl.org page, just in a footer or something?
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    Kirrily "Skud" Robert perl@infotrope.net http://infotrope.net/