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Re: If I were a rich (wo)man...

by greenFox (Vicar)
on Sep 13, 2005 at 06:59 UTC ( #491495=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to If I were a rich (wo)man...

I voted for biddy-biddy-bum since it seemed the best CowboyNeal option but I have a number of projects I would love to spend time on, in no particular order-

  • Learning some other human languages -I have been dabbling in Scots Gaelic for a few years but I would also like to learn Spanish (so I can further appreciate Pablo Neruda if nothing else)
  • Writing poetry and getting more of my poetry published
  • I've started writing several novels and one day I'd like to finish one.
  • Tree hugger/looking after the environment activities -there is always room for people with time and/or money to expend here.
  • ++ other worthwhile causes
  • I developed a medium level of profficiency with the flute when I was having lessons some years ago and I would love to get back to it.
  • More time in the garden growing food and in the outdoors generally.

I expect I will always enjoy playing about with computers but being chained to a desk is far from my idea of bliss. If I had enough cash I would offer a bounty for someone to develop a Perl equivalent of the Starkit.

Murray Barton
Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise. Seek what they sought. -Basho

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Re^2: If I were a rich (wo)man...
by Anonymous Monk on Aug 12, 2011 at 08:41 UTC

    If I had enough cash I would offer a bounty for someone to develop a Perl equivalent of the Starkit.

    FWIW, at the time you wrote that, these equivalents existed, Perl2Exe, PerlApp/ppm, PAR/pp

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