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*jots down crazyinsomniac under "reserved nicknames"*

As far as editors and such things go, that will be determined later.

Is vroom's patched up E2 engine available? Or is it too highly customized for the PerlMonks site that it would be easier to start from the basics.

Update: After poking around the Everything website some more, I think I'll be able to do some design and testing of the site on my own machine with a few configuration changes (and maybe limited external testing by interested parties).

Also: What form of contact would you all like to use to keep in touch? I'd keep posting here, but they'd run us off for being so off topic. How about an email list, message board, or on IRC somewheres? I'm up for any of these, let me know what you think.

In reply to Re: (crazyinsomniac) Re: Off Topic: Java Monks, continued... by agent00013
in thread Off Topic: Java Monks, continued... by agent00013

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