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Fellow monks,
now it has been announced: The German Perl Workshop 2002 will be from 13th to 15th February in Sankt Augustin Campus (near Bonn), Germany.

A call for papers has been issued. If you want to talk at the perlworkshop send your suggestion (in text-format) to wsorga at perlworkshop.de by the end of september.
Suggestions can be made in German or English.

neophyte Niederrhein.pm


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