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Yep, I gotta say that was a lot of fun. I even said so in my personal weblog. I have to say it is nice to meet people who are geek+perl types and local. It always helps to know more geeks. =)

Another thing that would help people is if we could search on out user location fields. Right now the best way to do that is search with google "perlmonks writeups City" Better still is another drive to get people to hook up with MonkMaps. See also, Put yourself on the Monk Map, and More useless Monk Stats for more info!

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