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Thanks for all of your input into the possible changes to the the way the Perl Monks fund is used.

People seem to have been okay with the changes being tossed around. From here on out the fund will be used to help to advance the site in whatever ways make sense at a given time. Currently fund usage will be slanted towards development. This may change, so I consider the fund use to be flexible so it can adapt to changing site needs.

As always I'll take your input into this and any other site issues. I do however reserve the right to make final decisions on what I consider to be best for the site.

You can donate to the fund at http://donate.yetanother.org/index.pl?node=Contribution%20Info


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