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02/25/2013

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Alex

Cant wait for it

Darren Duncan

John, this is a great post, thanks for that. I place myself as a strong supporter of Matt's Pumpkin proposal, and think that its very narrow scope is exactly what we should have. Just focus on this one thing, to give *clarity* for referring to the Perl we use in production for the last 25 years. All other change discussions should be separate, and nothing bundled in with this branding change. I also want to say that http://shadow.cat/blog/matt-s-trout/pumpkin-perl-breakdown/ is probably a better url for you to link to than Matt's first one; this newer url is the one that spells things out for clarity (and I contributed to it).

john

Duncan,

I'll add the thnk, thanks for pointing it out!

John

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