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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I told you before that you're welcome in Karlsruhe, Germany. I don't know whether I can accomodate you for a full week*, but a couple of days is no problem at all. There are no Perl Mongers here who you could speak to, as far as I know. But quiet hacking time is in good supply.

    Cheers,
    Steffen

    * Given that I probably can't take as much vacation...
    • I by no means expect you to take a whole week off work just for me :)

      I'm quite an experienced traveler, and I'm sure I can look after myself if you have to work.

      Renee Baeker, when he was staying with me, mentioned that's 4 major cities in Germany for Perl (but I forget which off the top of my head).

      Are you nearish to any of them?
      • Basically, everything is "near" in Germany, if you don't mind 4 to 6 hours of train travel or by car. Frankfurt (am Main) [google.com] is the most central city because it has fast train connections to every major city in Germany (4 hours to Hamburg [google.com], 4 hours to Munich [google.com], 4 hours to Berlin [google.com]). I'm not sure which "four cities of Perl" Renée meant - he lives near Frankfurt, Yves Orton lives in Frankfurt, as do I, and I know of people in Munich and Berlin who are active Perl Mongers.

        • @Corion: I mentioned the same four cities as you did in your post: Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin and Munich.

          @Alias: I've sent you an email... I think I can host you a couple of days...