It's great that Rutger is picking up and running with the ball on this one. In general, how would one go about taking up where someone else drops off? I would suspect, as Rutger has done here, that the Monestary is a good place to start, if there isn't a valid email for the author or pointer to a web page. Not that I am ready to (or able to!!) pick up the reigns of a module, but I believe that the knowledge would be good to know. Thanks for any input.
Paulster2.oO( If only I could think of something perlish to write.... )
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