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Monday March 25, 2002
10:46 PM

Odd

[ #3771 ]
There aren't many (any?) Perl people using the more conventional weblogs systems like weblogs.com and Radio. This might explain why Python was first to try to reimplement Radio Community Server.

--Nat

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