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neophyte (2871)

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http://niederrhein.pm.org/

No, I am not a Perl-Guru. I'm just a user and I wanted to meet other Perl users in my vicinity. There was no monger group. I felt lonely as a Perl User.
So I started a monger group.

This is how Niederrhein.pm [pm.org] came into existence. This group for Perl users in the lower rhine area in Germany is now 2 years old.
I'm a happy Perl user now :)

Journal of neophyte (2871)

Wednesday October 02, 2002
05:46 AM

installing

[ #8127 ]
So here I am, in the middle of a workload to do, installing a replacement pc.
Our office had been broken into ... all PCs got stolen.
Who steals age old office equipment? *sigh*
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  • I thought your offices were broken into a couple of months ago. Are you referring to that incident, or did this happen again? (my sympathies)

    • Yup, again - last time they took a digital camera and a notebook. This time they took the rest. They did come through another door though.
      The front door had been replaced after the first incident, they tried to come in there, the marks are clearly visible. They didn't succeed, this time they went through a back door. And they must have had a bigger car or transporter ...
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      neophyte Niederrhein.pm [pm.org]
  • Well, if it can run a free OS... :)

    At First Saturday, the monthly Dallas outdoor computer junk sale, I'm fonding of pointing at old MacLCIII's and saying, "You know, you can run UNIX on that."

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    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers