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perhaps you can change your audience.

i mean, if it's allowable, and you think your code can benefit others, submit it to other communities, like the CPAN, or one of the code sections here. i know my current client's test group could benefit from automation. it may not help the people you work with, but it can help others. maybe that's something.

oh, and if you haven't guessed, i'd love to see your work. then i wouldn't have to roll my own six months from now, when that work is scheduled for me!

~Particle *accelerates*

In reply to Re: OT: Getting people to use tools by particle
in thread OT: Getting people to use tools by logan

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