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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • So just how does nods vociferously translate in a phone conversation?

    • Great to hear Perl is being properly trade marked! :-)

      But how about OReilly's "Camel"?

      Isn't it long overdue that The Perl Foundation clears up the confusion here?

      If the "Onion" is going to be Perl's master mark -- let's see it everywhere.

      At the time of writing I see four camels on the use.perl.org home page and not a single Onion :-(

      It's one thing to register a trade mark --- but the TPF needs a clear strategy for creating, promoting and nurturing a distinctive brand??

      What's the plan here?

      Let's follow the open source examples of apache, joomla, firefox etc. and use the Perl brand for promoting Perl - not just selling books.

      We might actually sell more!?

      Great to hear the TPF is starting to put Perl's branding in order. Keep up the good work!