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After moving away from Portland, Oregon to Akron, Ohio I knew that I was losing a great learning resource with the mighty PDX.pm and it's motley crew of perl hackers. Since I wasn't able to find a Perl Mongers group here I joined the local Linux Users group, although I like that too, it's just not Perl so I've taken matters into my own hands.

I'm proud (and a little nervous) to announce the formation of Rubbercity.pm. Any Akron/Clevo/NE Ohio (or not) Monks who might be interested, can find out more info here:

website (until PM.org can aim the world to Rubbercity.pm):
http://www.markymoon.com/rubbercity/

mailing list sign-up:
http://www.pm.org/mailman/listinfo/rubbercity/

If there is anyone out in the Monastary who lives in or passes through this area and would like to be a speaker please... oh please! let me know.

As usual I have to thank grep for egging me on.

markmoon
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@a = ("a".."z"," ","-","\n");foreach $b ( 12,0,17,10,24,12,14,14,13,26,8,18,26,0,26, 22,0,13,13,0,27,1,4,26,15,4,17,11,26,7,0, 2,10,4,17) {print $a[$b]};print $a[28];

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