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I need help! Who can help me?

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[Corion]: But who am I to worry about necrocpan - I'm revisiting my online banking module, and also I'll somewhat revive WWW::Mechanize:: Firefox, at least if the test suite passes under the Waterfox browser ...
[Corion]: Maybe I should look through my CPAN releases and revisit them in order of last release and think about what to do with the modules :)
[marto]: this cpan day there should be a call to remove old crud :P
[marto]: as well as encourage active development

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