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jc managed to recover a lot of the old user directories. If yours was rescued, it should automatically
be in your new directory upon account creation. If it's not... you can ask about it, but it's probably gone.
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By the way, jcwren, last I spoke to him of it, still hadn't come close to recouping his expenses. If you
want to contribute, see perlmonk.org Upgrade/Downtime Update for details. If he breaks even, I'll let folks know.
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