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Combining the fact that the existence of this code is only mentioned when changing its dependencies could get somebody in trouble, the distinct possibility that actually sharing some of this code with the public could get somebody in trouble, and the fact that I just don't take it very seriously, the following occurs to me:

LOLPAN
Limitation Of Liability Perl Archive Network

Meh. I'll probably just keep calling it "annoying code that causes me to hate some person I never even met that worked here ten years ago." It might be more wordy, but it's also more accurate.

Edit: Also, I'd hate to steal a beautiful potential resource from the LOLCODE community.


In reply to Re: A better term than "DarkPAN"? by webfiend
in thread A better term than "DarkPAN"? by Cody Pendant

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