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Hi.

Recently I have been corresponding with Steve Hancock, the author of the perltidy source code formatting tool.

While discussing things the subject of the monastery came up, with special reference to the user Perltidy. The reason it came up was I wanted to post a node about perltidy, and did a search first, only to be disappointed to see that the user had been created but never logged in. Turns out that the user Perltidy _is_ Steve Hancock but that email problems have prevented him from getting his password.

So, I would like to ask on his behalf to either delete the user so that we can post a node titled 'perltidy' about the tool and he can create a new login or to send him his password details so he can use his account. (They can be sent to perltidy@users.sourceforge.net)

Thanks a lot,

Yves / DeMerphq
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