A Little Thanks

June 2008
Perl Review;Summer2008, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p3
Academic Journal
The article invites readers of the "Perl Review" periodical to thank their contributors in their own way. It argues that expressing thankfulness does not have to be a patch, or a piece of documentation, or a mailing list or a forum somewhere on the Internet. It asserts that expressing gratitude can be as simple as an electronic-mail (e-mail) of gratitude to one's favorite Practical Extraction & Report Language (PERL) module's author. It suggests that one can donate to The Perl Foundation.


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