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I would like to apologize to all of my fellow Monks, friends, newbies and others here on Perlmonks.

I've been on a severe roller coaster over the past few years, and it seems things have just kept up pressing without much of a break. Recently, I've been belligerent, argumentative, evasive and just not in-tune with how I normally behave.

This is my favourite place on the Internet, and it has been for many years.

I've been lacking in my responsiveness and dedication, and I'm not going to hide behind excuses. I am sorry if I've offended anyone.

Apparently, last month I hit 10 years of having an actual account. Before that, I was here lurking for nine years or so.

I love this place, and have much more to bring forth, while I continue to learn as I always have.

Your patience has been welcoming, and I appreciate all of the kind feedback as always.

I'm hoping, within a week or so, to get published here my dedicated Raspberry Pi test platform that also contains certain security monitoring aspects for my home. I know some have been interested in security systems, so I decided to use my hardware CI platform to monitor some windows, doors, laser trip wires and PIRs that send me photos/videos via text if any are breached so that I could test my OLED display software, serial and I2C modules, and other things that are now so common to me they may as well be within my dedicated Unit Test Suite.

I also have a few other things up my sleeve, but I've got about a month of going through my bugs/issues to get as many out of the way as possible before I begin another weird venture.

Cheers all, and thanks.

-stevieb


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