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Monday October 04, 2004
05:41 PM

industry-standard PERL extensibility

[ #21186 ]
We really need such items:
OpenService Releases NerveCenter 4.0

I have started to collect similar news reports at my Perl related news page.

If you have more such items, send them my way so I can start collecting them. If there is enough of them I'll create an RSS feed or something. I might move it to a more respectable site..

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  • Great!

    Now they only need to learn how to spell Perl :-)
  • by KLB
    Hi - Thanks for noticing our press release. If any of the readership wants to keep up with NerveCenter (the product that uses Perl) and our security product there's an RSS feed at open.com

    Well, actually, there's two. There's a native RSS 2.0 feed at www.open.com/open.rss [open.com] or if you click the XML icon it takes you to FeedBurner [feedburner.com], which converts the feed to HTML, Atom, earlier RSS standards, etc.

    Thanks!

    Phil Hollows
    VP Marketing
    OpenService, Inc.
    www.open.com [open.com]