at first to your decision to join and of course to your new being as a monk :-)
Though I have a question:
How did you all get here?
How did you found the way to this place?
I mean I didn't know about before I've seen our beloved merlyn
putting a note about perlmonks to his page at stonehenge.
Well, don't get me wrong when I just want to say that I got here through wise advise of a perl hacker.
just b.t.w., my very first post here was one as "Anonymous Monk" and later on I registered.
Have a nice day
All decision is left to your taste
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