Home page contest

Douglas E. Miles doug.miles at
Thu Sep 30 11:20:13 CDT 1999 is having a home page contest.  First (and only) prize is a
copy of O'reilly's Perl in a Nutshell.  Submit your entries to me
(dmiles at by October 12th in zip/tar/tar.gz format.  Voting
will run from the 13th to the 19th of October (I will announce
when/where the voting script is available).  The winner will be
announced at the Oct. 19th meeting.  In the event of a tie, I will cast
the deciding vote (bribes are being accepted now ;) ).  Anyone guilty of
ballot stuffing will be severely reprimanded (you BAD person!) and sent
to :) The target platform is SunOS running Apache.

We will use the winning page as the basis of our web site, incorporating
the best features of the other pages, and going from there.

Ladies and Gentlemen start your HTML editors!

People understand instinctively that the best way for computer
programs to communicate with each other is for each of the them
to be strict in what they emit, and liberal in what they accept.
The odd thing is that people themselves are not willing to be
strict in how they speak, and liberal in how they listen.
--Larry Wall, 2nd State of the Onion Address, August 1998

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