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Dear Perl Monks,

With excellent effort here, no doubt we are increasing our Perl knowledge and capabilities to do various things we even can remotely relate with Perl.

We discuss various issues and trying to get solutions from experienced monks. We have snippets section, cool uses of perl, library, reviews, tutorials etc..


I have heard many monks devote their life to Perl. Our life, is the most related thing with us. I would like see if we can have 'lifemonks.org'.

Where we can apply various snippets, library, reviews, meditation, tutorial about life. Any type of modelling diagrams would help to see picture clearly..


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