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Hi Rob, Does it mean you didn't stay in the p5p maillist any more?

Hi xiaoyafeng, I'm still subscribed there, and I noticed immediately the announcement that Sawyer had quit.
But I didn't pick up on the existence (or the activities) of the CAT until I followed the link that 1nickt's original post to this thread provided.
That's the bit that was "news to me".

Interestingly, 1nickt's original post seems to have magically reappeared with its "Off Topic" banner removed, and we are no longer discouraged from replying to it.
Also there's no acknowledgement (that I can see) of the OT banner having ever been there.
I'm tempted to think that we are all therefore free to edit our posts without acknowledging that we've done so ... but that's probably a right that's given only to the privileged.


In reply to Re^4: Perl "CAT" response to Pumpking resignation turmoil by syphilis
in thread Perl Foundation Community Affairs Team Transparency Report by 1nickt

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