Everytime I hear "offering plate" I get the thought that maybe perlmonks should have a "script-for-fee-service". I'm not sure about
how you could implement it, but the knowledgable monks around
here, seem to be able to whip up complex scripts during a coffee
break. There are always people looking for this or that task to be
done by a well-thought-out script, why not offer something like:
"Custom scripts: $.20 per line, sockets extra :-) "
I don't want to suggest that the perlmonks start competing with the
free lancers, but there may be a niche for those 100 line scripts,
that some IT department needs in a hurry, and their perl-person
would need 3 days to do what the monks here do in a blink of
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