From the ActiveState awards page
The Programmers' Choice for Perl is Tim Vroom.
Tim is the maintainer of the reknowned Perl community site, Perl Monks,
and a developer on the Everything Engine. Perl Monks welcomes "seekers of Perl wisdom", providing a friendly haven
for Perl programmers to improve their skills. The Everything Engine serves the backend behind web sites such as
Perl Monks and everything2.org, a collaborative community effort to document and link every idea known to humanity.
There is also a mention on use Perl;
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