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Wednesday May 01, 2002
05:26 PM

Slowly Taking Over The World

[ #4588 ]

Interest in nms is growing daily. Ever since I put a list of ISPs who are using (or recommending that their customers use) nms scripts on the front page of the web site, I'm getting a couple of emails every day from ISPs who want to be listed there.

It's almost like they see using nms instead of "another CGI repository" as good marketing copy. I'm not going to object to that!

Oh, and I found we'd been mentioned in an article in another UK internet magazine.

And finally, if you pick up the latest copy of Linux Format it's got the first of three articles I'm writing for them about CGI.

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  • Nice work (Score:4, Insightful)

    by Matts (1087) on 2002.05.02 2:13 (#7854) Journal
    In case nobody else says it Dave, nice work. This is something the perl community has needed for a very long time, and nobody else could be bothered with it because it seemed like boring grunt work.

    Now just wait till they start asking you to write *new* modules for nms ;-)