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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Sysadmin/TPJ (Score:3, Interesting)

    by esinclai (3368) on 2002.08.17 22:15 (#11897) Homepage
    I'd noticed that the pagecounts in SysAdmin itself were dwindling, when I came across some x year old copies in the attic, so I guess it isn't shocking. Still, I just renewed. Hopefully they'll maintain some decent perl oriented content, even if it isn't highlighted as such. And onward w/PerlReview!
    • Hopefully they'll maintain some decent perl oriented content, even if it isn't highlighted as such.
      My long-running Perl column [stonehenge.com] continues to appear there bi-monthly, so don't all cancel your subscriptions just yet, or that's likely to cause me to lose a job as well. And for many of the past 12 months, my column income has been my only income.
      --
      • Randal L. Schwartz
      • Stonehenge
      • Although loosing Perl Journal portion is tough, I don't see how people would throw the whole mag out. I take it that many of the Perl hackers around here have to do some sys admin work. So, the mag is definitely there to stay.. Certainly, the overall number of subscriptions may (and most likely will) fluctuate over the course of a couple centuries, but I hardly doubt the mag itself will cease to exist entirly. Unless, of course, the pointy-haired bosses insist otherwise ;/. As for your articles, [merly