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  • Who are you, and how are you related to the Catalyst project? Are we supposed to know that psychically somehow? Perhaps you should update your use.perl bio?
    • Randal L. Schwartz
    • Stonehenge
    • I'm nothingmuch, also NUFFIN on pause. I have a real name in hebrew on CPAN, so i'll list my english one: Yuval Kogman.

      I lurk on #catalyst, #perl6 and some other channels on and freenode, and when I have more time i often frequent perlmonks.

      I'm related to catalyst because I contributed code. That's also how I'm related to other projects.

      As for paranormal conveyance of information - it's really simpler than that. The mailing list and the modules' pages have the info about me. The other frequente
      • Please try to be a little less negative - I really have no idea what I did wrong.
        While the name "nothingmuch" may mean something inside the Catalyst community, it meant nothing to me as an outsider. But you were trying to establish yourself in an outreach position.

        It's important when you are in an outreach position to provide some sort of relationship so that others can converse with you as something other than "random nick called nothingmuch who is now posting about catalyst".

        For example, while I'm well known in the Perl community, if I were to start posting in the Scheme groups and start making authoritative comments about Perl, at least someone can see my real name in my footers, and can google and get a background for me, and know that I'm mostly a blowhard {grin}.

        You didn't have anything like that... just a single handle "nothingmuch". That's why I challenged you to include some real-world info in your use.perl profile, to establish a real-world face behind your pseudonomynous postings.

        • Randal L. Schwartz
        • Stonehenge