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No, adopt the module! (if it needs to be).

It seems he might be talking to you when he says, we invite any members of the Perl community who wishes to maintain the driver as a community project to work with us...

I am willing to bet you'd get some help, if there isn't already a contingent to keep this thing going already. Good luck, level up!

OTOH, for them to discontinue the module because of their "survey" seems really short sighted, but I can't say much. I don't use their DB either. xD

Update, there are 108 forks of the repo at the time of this writing. I am sure you can find out who's leading the charge. Again, if there is no one you'd likely get plenty of help. Being a module owner/maintainer is great experience. Individuals who adopt are also held in very high regard by many, myself included. So don't let it go quietly in the night. fight, fight, fight! =D

In reply to Re: Perl and MongoDB by perlfan
in thread Perl and MongoDB by Theodore

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