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  • Jon,

    Congratulations on getting TPJ back and heartfelt thanks for taking the time to fight for it.

    I'm sure we all look forward to hearing the full story.

  • Having seen projects snatched away by greed and lawyers, I can only imagine how much work it has been to get TPJ back. Good work, thanks for carrying the flame, I'm looking forward to new issues.

  • Let me second that! The Perl Journal has been my favorite industry magazine for a long time. It's definitely the one I find most useful. Jon Orwant was an excellent (and entertaining) editor. I'm looking forward to having it in my book store again.

    Jon, if you're reading, thank you.

  • Thank you for your hard work in saving our magazine.

    I have a concern, though. I had just renewed my subscription before the problem with Earthweb. I still have access to the online stuff. I also signed up for the free Linux magazine offer to TPJ subscribers. My question, of course, is, "Will we still have a year's subscription even though it's be six months since a magazine's been published?"
  • This is fantastic news. Thanks so much, Jon et al.

    Mark one for the good guys ... at last.
  • This explains it --- I had been wondering where my PJs were ;o)

  • The "right thing" will happen -- a one-year subscription means four issues, not a calendar year. If you renewed last fall, your "year" will be issues 20, 21, 22, and 23, which might span 18 months.

    (If a one-year subscription meant a calendar year, it'd be too easy to fencepost you out of 1/4 of your subscription :-)

  • So, tpj wasn't dead. It was just pining for the fjords.

    Great news. Congrats!
  • "It's been a very long winter, full of angst and attorneys."

    Where attorneys go, angst is sure to follow.

  • Too true. The problem is, when you need 'em, you NEED 'em.
  • Many thanks to Jon Orwant for his effort to get TPJ back. Another long dark teatime of the soul seems to end... .
    I could survive by reading old articles which were available on the web, but damm -- I need dead trees.

    Thanks again!

    Andreas Marcel
  • As many have expressed, we love TPJ. Thank you for putting the energy into keeping it alive!
  • Second that thought - way to go and thanks muchly.