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Wednesday January 30, 2002
03:02 AM

Friends & foes

[ #2521 ]
Short entry that's really a question to The Powers That Be.

I like the friends/foe thing. When I'm adding a friend it says "This information is not private". OK, so where can I see who my two friends are? (Hi friends!)

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  • Well if you go to the journal page [perl.org] that should show them.

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    Steve Rushe - www.deeden.co.uk
  • Just go to /~<user>/friends, e.g. here's yours [perl.org].

    I guess you'll figure out foes, but I doubt many people have too many here.
    • That gives me a list of the friends I have selected. I had seen this page. I was wanting to know who had chosen me as a friend, not vice versa (ie. not the ones I have selected).
      --
      "Perl users are the Greatful Dead fans of computer science." --slashdot comment
      • For a list of people who have chosen you as a friend, it should be this fan page [perl.org]. i.e. http://use.perl.org/~username/fans
        • Cool! That's what I was looking for. Shouldn't these things be documented somewhere obvious? Or is it and the link is not obvious enough to me. ;-)
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          "Perl users are the Greatful Dead fans of computer science." --slashdot comment