[DFW.pm] Seeking input on naming of new Perl site

Lisa Cloutier staurofilax77 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 05:32:17 PDT 2014

I pretty much fit your niche, I'm a perl programmer and I use it to manage
projects and produce results.   I filled out your survey and left my email
address for further information.

On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 5:49 AM, Andrew Solomon <andrew at geekuni.com> wrote:

> After filling in the survey it occurred to me that I'd also like a check
> list with pointers back into the Lessons Learnt of the case studies so that
> people can just scan the check list against a project plan. (In other
> words, I'm looking forward to it!:)
> On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 3:08 AM, Tom Metro <tmetro+dfw-pm at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I'm involved with a new site about running Perl projects and making your
>> Perl project a success. The site will cover tools, case studies, and
>> lessons learned (both successes and failures). It will be aimed at
>> development managers and project managers, more so than developers.
>> We're trying to figure out what name to use for the site that will
>> appeal to this audience.
>> If you fall into this group, and you're willing to answer a few
>> questions, please take a look:
>> http://ow.ly/v678A
>>  -Tom
>> --
>> Tom Metro
>> The Perl Shop, Newton, MA, USA
>> "Predictable On-demand Perl Consulting."
>> http://www.theperlshop.com/
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> Andrew Solomon
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