[Chicago-talk] Good Post on PerlMonks

Dooley, Michael Dooley.Michael at con-way.com
Fri Apr 9 13:35:21 CDT 2004

mabey I should have called you to find out what was on my record instead
of sitting on hold for hours and getting send to 3 different clerks
offices to find out the date and judgement.

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I put in my 2 cents:
The Federal courts (in the process of migrating from Solaris x86 to RHE 
for most applications) run the national "Case Management/Electronic Case

Filing" (CM/ECF) system on perl/apache/tomcat. Over 2000 separate perl 
scripts weighing in at about 1.6 million lines of code. 
Developed on the national level by a centralized programming staff (lots

of consultants), its delievered to nearly every one of the courts across

the country (bankruptcy and district) as a package which we admins can 
then fix/modify to our heart's (and version controled ;-) content.

Andy Bach, Sys. Mangler
Internet: andy_bach at wiwb.uscourts.gov 
VOICE: (608) 261-5738  FAX 264-5932

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