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Before handing out advice like get yourself a lawyer, it is worth remembering that not all us live in the home of the brave, where apparently everyone and his dog can sue anyone for anything.

The OP's home node suggests he lives in Legoland, where I believe the you-never-told-me-the-coffee-was-hot-now-I-want-millions lawsuits are less frequent.

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In reply to Re: Need arguments to keep my modules on CPAN by andreas1234567
in thread Need arguments to keep my modules on CPAN by dk

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