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Collaborative Learning Project officially opens

by moxliukas (Curate)
on Sep 20, 2002 at 14:26 UTC ( #199480=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

I am glad to announce that Collaborative Learning project has been approved on sourceforge and it is open for all perlmonks members (and anyone else) interested. You must have a sourceforge account for this.

The project will strive for goals described in this node, main one being learning. We will probably be developing an online game of some kind as it seemed like a good idea because it has a lot of different problems to solve. The discussion of the game itself and its rules should be discussed soon and then the actual coding can begin ;)

The project will be hosted as (The abbreviation standing for "Collaborative Perl Learning Project"). You can view project information at

I hope this project will prove to be a success. As I have mentioned, anyone who is interested to participate is very welcome: either /msg me or contact me on sourceforge (where my name is also moxliukas)

Happy hacking and learning!

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[holli]: And I kindly suggest you post a question, instead of spamming the chetterbox
[holli]: my spelling... can you actually aquire dyslexia?
[LanX]: SoPW = Seekers of Perl Wisdom, the section for asking and answering general Perl questions. A form for asking a new Perl question can be found at the bottom of that page. (Be sure to read Posting on PerlMonks before posting!)
[Corion]: r@j: Have you printed what '$Process_java' prints? How will Perl know that you mean a variable named $Process and not a variable named $Process_java? Also, why doesn't Perl complain when you're using strict in your program?

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