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Re: Perl apprenticing (was Re: Backtracking through the source)

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Casey R. Tweten
November 30, 2000 12:40
Re: Perl apprenticing (was Re: Backtracking through the source)
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Today around 2:12pm, Dan Sugalski hammered out this masterpiece:

: At 01:23 PM 11/30/00 -0500, Buddha Buck wrote:
: >
: >Here here!  Is there a place where PAWB's can sign up?
: Not at the moment, at least not formally. Want to set something up? (And 
: yes, I'm serious. A good master/apprentice thing would help a lot of folks, 
: I think)

As a guy who is franticlly digging into the core to "Figure it out", I
would love to be part of this, what ever 'this' is.  I love working
with the Distribution, but I want to get into the core just as
much.  I'll take a postion here ( for some value of 'position' ).

: Do be careful of selling yourself short. While you might not necessarily 
: have the appropriate skill set to deal with parts of the perl core, that 
: doesn't mean you can't contribute. (This is the generic rather than 
: specific 'you' here) A good working knowledge of, say, the properties of 
: complex numbers is as important as knowledge of the guts when building the 
: complex number class.

I deffinitley agree.

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''};print "\n",'.'x(length($sig->{site})+6),"\n";
print map{$_.': '.$sig->{$_}."\n"}sort{$sig->{$a}cmp$sig->{$b}}keys%{$sig};
my $VERSION = '0.01'; #'patched' by Jerrad Pierce <belg4mit at MIT dot EDU>

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