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Definitely not nice to publish/use code snippets created by a perlmonk without giving credit.

But this raises another question: Typically, to give credit to someone, you first ask if it's ok and then list name and email (if the individual approves). But how to give credit to a perlmonk?

Thanks to monk_id won't mean anything to anyone not familiar with

In case you know the monk's real name, Thanks to Joe Schmoe will actually reveal the monk's identity if someone correlates the code with a posting on -- something the helping monk probably won't like to happen.

Recommendations on proper credits to perlmonks personnel?

In reply to Re: External Refernces To code posted on Perl Monks by saintmike
in thread External Refernces To code posted on Perl Monks by K_M_McMahon

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