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First off, I'd like to apologize to any folks who have submitted requests for accounts, and haven't been replied to. I've been having problems with the other machines on my network. See below.

I have put a link on my homenode to the news page for perlmonk.org. There's also a link from the main page. I will try to keep the site news updated as best I can. If the server is down, please check my homenode for the status. If I have any planned outages, or can get on to the net at all, I will make sure my homenode indicates the problem.

The main site: perlmonk.org
The news page: perlmonk.org/news.html

For people that I haven't gotten back to, please see the explanation on the news page. I'm attempting to remedy this as fast as possible, but it may take a couple days to catch up, once all the machines are back up.

Thanks for all the interest in this project. Currently, there are 43 people with accounts. Probably 50 once I catch up with the back log.

--Chris

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