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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Actually you can do that. I believe there was a list at one point as well. If anyone feels the desire to volunteer for the TPF then send them an email and ask how you can help out. They do have some small projects need doing.
    • That's great, because I was just about to post a message asking how I could get more involved with helping or where I could find out about volunteering. I've already been working on setting up a local Perl Monger group here (http://brazosvalley.pm.org/ [pm.org]). We're about to have our first meeting (social, of course ;)). I've asked people (and will ask other people) for any advice or recommendations on maintaining a successful Perl Monger group. Many thanks, Jeremy
  • Ask's post implies that TPF is in some way related to the operation of perl.org.

    perl.org used to be the Perl Institute website and the perl.org lists were maintained by Chip (and others, I think) on the TPI server.

    I took over the lists and the other technical things for the perl.org domain. A few years later Robert started helping me and now we help with some of the basic technical things for TPF too.

      - ask
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    -- ask bjoern hansen [askbjoernhansen.com], !try; do();