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Re: Delegating responsibility of one's CPAN distributions

by eyepopslikeamosquito (Chancellor)
on Dec 05, 2018 at 09:45 UTC ( #1226760=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Delegating responsibility of one's CPAN distributions

We're still learning how to deal with death on the internet. I've kept a list of related PM nodes:

If I've missed any please let me know (before I die).

Sadly, many Perl Monks have gone gentle into that good night ... unwept, unhonored, and unsung.

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Re^2: Delegating responsibility of one's CPAN distributions
by Your Mother (Bishop) on Dec 05, 2018 at 14:04 UTC

    VSarkiss was before my time. I cried when blazar diedÖ He had been trying to find ways to participate here, like keyboard shortcuts for the monastery, through blinding, crippling pain; without ever complaining, just soldiering on and trying to be normal and alive during his final weeks. I have a little Italian and I was always embarrassed to just try with him though we chatted a bit in the CB and he was perfectly friendly at all times; a genuinely nice person. I regretted not becoming friends. Itís part of why I have been open to making friends with others, like LanX and erix. I was also quite sad to hear about almut but didnít know her as well, just her posts and expertise.

    Kudos to OP. Itís a caring and considerate position to take.

Re^2: Delegating responsibility of one's CPAN distributions
by 1nickt (Abbot) on Dec 05, 2018 at 21:30 UTC

    Thank you for posting this. I always enjoy your curated slices of PM history. Often one thing leads to another and I end up browsing into some new area of learning, or as in this case, becoming acquainted with monks of yesteryear, and sometimes wandering even further afield, as today, via Bill Harp's obit, which led me to a long writeup about the Perl Whirl and the First Heyday of Perl circa the change of the millenium, which was a nice trip down memory lane.


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