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My $0.02.

  1. Open source software is the best thing that could happen to the IT industry.
  2. I hope that someday I can give back to the OSS community like they have so generously given to me
  3. Like businesses, OSS communities need to evolve and develop to address new challenges that arise every day.
  4. OSS allows me to give BETTER service and support to my clients.
Off the topic:
A note re: libnet support. I did actually discover a build problem under RH7 and libnet. Didn't know where to send my report as I thought Perlbug was maybe the wrong place...

As silly as this sounds, is there a knowlege base for this type of information/discovery? I would even put here but we kinda need a: Pitfalls and Caveats section.

Title: cpp on RedHat 7.0 is broken.
Symptom: LWP gets fail such as lwp-download
Affected Modules: IO::Socket
Fix: Obtain fixed cpp from RedHat.

I dunno, just an idea. It probably exists I just don't know about it yet.


In reply to Re: Perl Commercial Entities? by jlawrenc
in thread Perl Commercial Entities? by princepawn

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