pschoonveld was a real user, and not a part of BlockStackers, so far as I am aware;
he answered a question from CmdrTaco on December 2nd, 1999.
As discussed in more detail at Re: The First Ten Perl Monks
, it seems that the
, though not officially employed by BlockStackers,
was a PerlMonks "insider", a Hope College
buddy of vroom
, who hung out
on the early PerlMonks web site before it opened to the public on 23 Dec 1999
CmdrTaco, another Hope College student and PerlMonks insider,
is the famous Rob Malda,
co-founder of Slashdot.
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