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  • Funny, when I read your post I had just finished goggling for 'core search group' to see if this was real or not (didn't seem to be much out there).

    FWIW, the first paragraph of my note was slightly different, referencing some of my other CPAN modules, but the rest of it was identical. (I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing.) The testimonials on their website seem to be a little dated as well and it's unclear whether they only operate in North/South Carolina.

    Maybe they just like CPAN authors named

    • Maybe they just like CPAN authors named 'Chris'?
      Maybe they got a requirement from a client to get someone named Chris to take the blame on changelogs signed only as the previous "Chris"?
      • Randal L. Schwartz
      • Stonehenge
  • If someone wants to approach me about a business relationship, I require them to demonstrate that they've spent 15 minutes with google at least getting a sense of my voluminous body of work on the net.

    If all they have is one keyword (like a recent recruiter spam said "significant CPAN contributor", to which I had to laugh heartily, having only five modules on the CPAN), then I'm merely a name on a list to them, and don't need to waste my time.

    Seems to me like your email here is more of the latter, not t

    • Randal L. Schwartz
    • Stonehenge
  • I got that exact same mail, except with "Dave" instead of "Christopher"