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(BADGER!!!) Re: New mascot for Perl

by Koosemose (Pilgrim)
on May 14, 2004 at 07:24 UTC ( #353295=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to New mascot for Perl


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Re: New mascot for Perl (badger)
by tye (Sage) on May 14, 2004 at 16:01 UTC

    You may have suggested this just because you were thinking of mushrooms (mushrooms!), but when I was trying to come up with what animal fit Perl, badger worked. It isn't known for how fast it can run, yet it can rip through problems and doesn't follow mainstream language design fads. *shrug*

    Of course, O'Reilly already has a "badger book".

    Which brings me back to the black pearl in an oyster.

    - tye        

      Yay, memes! But now that I think of it, I kinda like the idea of a badger, (or maybe a wolverine, similar concept) and, like, they're kinda cute and fun, as long as they don't rip your face off in the process <g>.

      And while I can certainly understand there being issues regarding the usage of the Camel as Perl's mascot, I wouldn't think there would be issues with using some other animal (which O'Reilly may already have on a cover), because, as I understand it, the issue with the camel, is using it in connection with Perl specifically, I don't imagine they could prevent the usage of all the animals they have on their covers (except in connection with the books topics) else there would be copyright issues when anybody uses just about any animal as a mascot... And anyways, if we go by that, what'll we be left with, maybe a Mule and a Jackal?

      Just Another Perl Alchemist
      Hmm, Badger sounds good to me.

      print "Just another iconoclastic Perl hacker";
Re: (BADGER!!!) Re: New mascot for Perl
by Your Mother (Bishop) on May 15, 2004 at 06:19 UTC
    Badgers? We don't need no stinking badgers.

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