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Juerd: Thanks very much for doing perlcheat and for taking the time to convert it to pod.

Everyone else: Feel free to send tutorials to p5p - sometimes they get accepted, sometimes they get turned down. With the 5.8.1 final release candidate (Jarkko hopes, I'm sure) coming up, now's not a good time, but proposing them for 5.9 is a great idea.

I've personally experienced the (mild) wrath of Jarkko when proposing updates to tests that weren't really needed in the 5.8.0 timeframe, but no one's held it against me. My debugger doc patch was accepted (and it was huge!), but only because I got it in early.

Worst thing that will happen is that the pumpking will say "no". Remember, the pumpking is the one you have to convince. Everyone else, whatever their opinion, doesn't have the power to say "put it in" or "take it out" - they can only comment.

In reply to Re: Re: Perl Monks Tutorials -> Perl distribution? by pemungkah
in thread Perl Monks Tutorials -> Perl distribution? by liz

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