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I could only find one half-hearted conversation on the subject at dsdisc, so I thought I'd broach the topic.

Has any thought ever been given to having a job or project-posting board here? We offer so much in the way of advice and code snippets to Perl developers, why not put a place where code seekers and code writers can find each other? The scope of something like this is up in the air as far as I'm concerned. It could be an every-day job/resume posting board, or it could be a place where somebody has a very specific need (and price) that could be addressed by any number of PerlMonks regulars pretty easily.


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