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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The winners were chosen by the organizing comitee.

    Damian Conway was excluded from the awards for obvious reasons. Each award came with a prize money of DEM 1000 (about $480).

    Christian Lackas held a talk on cryptography and Perl, with a beautifully typeset paper. That's what he won the award for.

    Lorenz Domke and Jochen Stenzel talked about perlpoint (a tool to create presentations).

    Brian Ingerson got the "best module" award for Inline.pm.

    And last but not least, Leon Brocard got an award for best knowledge transfer for his GraphViz module and talk. It certainly has inspired a lot of ideas on what's graphable... GraphViz, and the talk, are on CPAN.

    I don't know about other links, though.

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