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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Just to expand on my previous comment...if a person is the author/maintainer/whatever of an open source project, there are ways to learn a little bit about folks who offer to help with your project. One could look at posts to sites with content related to your project(Perlmonks, for example), anything that they've posted to Sourceforge, bug reporting sites, and mailing lists. So you can see what your prospective volunteer has done, which could alleviate concerns about giving up a little bit of the creative control; which as Adam alludes to, is absolutely necessary for people to work as a team.