[Pdx-pm] Fwd: [pm_groups] Zombie group cleanup

Eric Wilhelm enobacon at gmail.com
Fri Jun 14 10:07:51 PDT 2013

say hi for keys %Josh,

(Should all of %Josh be subscribed to pm_groups?)

I wrote to genehack about salem.pm and Logan re southernoregon.pm.  I 
didn't check on Seattle.


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Subject: [pm_groups] Zombie group cleanup
Date: Friday 14 June 2013
From: Jay Hannah <jay at jays.net>
To: PM Groups <pm_groups at pm.org>

Hello Perl Monger group leaders,

Could you do me a favor? Hopefully this takes 10 minutes or less.

Please look at our map of active groups:


Please check on the 3 groups geographically closest to yours.

Do those groups appear to be active? 

If so, great! Thanks for your help! You're all done.


IF you find a group that appears to be inactive, e.g.:

- their website is unreachable 
- appears to be more than a year out of date
- broken links 
- spam infested
- No posts to email list in more than a year
- etc

then could you please check our github Issues list[1]:


and if there isn't already an Issue for that group, could you please 
create one? e.g:

   "Omaha.pm inactive?"

Thank you for your help!     :)

Perl Monger Group Leader FAQ: http://www.pm.org/faq/hosting_faq.html

[1] Why not RT (support at pm.org)? Because when you open an RT ticket it's 
private -- only you and I can see it. I don't want 10 people all 
reporting the same (potential) problem group. In github everyone can see 
all the Issues, so hopefully you'll be able to see that group X has 
already been reported...   That's my theory anyway.  :)

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