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Hi all,

I meant to post this on Monday as a sort of unXmas in July but it slipped my mind… I'm seeking a replacement to take over as editor of the Perl Advent Calendar. Although I still hope to contribute an entry or two, after seven years I feel it's time for some new blood.

Please address serious inquiries to this address, and include any relevant experience as well as your favorite treat to leave for Santa ;-P

Sincerely yours,

soon to be editor emeritus, belg4mit

P.S. It may or may not be worth noting that the calendar is run as a non-geographical perl mongers group.

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In Bob We Trust, All Others Bring Data.


In reply to Job opening: editor/cat herder/pinch hitter by belg4mit

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