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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Monday November 10, 2008
03:34 AM

Standing a little taller

[ #37841 ]

I do not quite understand why the court ruling involving the Artistic License has not got more blogging time in the Perl community.

I read an article on the case in Dr. Dobbs, after seeing it mentioned in non-perl RSS feeds.

The article mentions members of the Perl community I have met and our very own Perl Foundation.

So from here a huge cheer and congratulations on the outcome as the author of the article writes:

It's a big deal.

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