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This response is long overdue, and I apologize for it. Life has a way of getting in the way.

The Dancer core team has not been the most active here. This is one matter where I can't speak for the rest of the team, but it is something I personally feel badly about, especially given how much of my own growth as a Perl developer comes from PerlMonks. But it as with many open source projects, there is always more to do than time to give for it.

I will do what I can to be more responsive to questions and issues here, and to be more a part of the community here. For anyone needing quicker assistance, the mailing list and #dancer on are still probably the fastest ways to get an immediate response. Anyone can feel free to PM me here, or message me directly on IRC too.

I hope your experience with Dancer and its community has so far been positive. Thanks for your contribution to the framework!

Keep dancing, Perl people :)

In reply to Re: Dancer2 developers on PerlMonks? by MrCromeDome
in thread Dancer2 developers on PerlMonks? by nysus

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