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And I helped!

From: John F.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 12, 2007 10:38 PM
The next version of the perl AGI module (for writing Asterisk
applications in perl) will fix a bug I reported over the summer.

I just saw my name in the release notes and got all excited. It has been so long. :)

It is just proof that the Open Source Community works because you
participate. Doesn't have to be big - just do it.

(Sing the chorus to the Circle of Life here)

In that vein, A reminder that any member of the meetup can post to this list. Ask a question, offer an opinion, offer somebody a job... The wiki at is a better place for full reviews, things you want to reference later. For example: Tips & tricks should be entered into the wiki, then announced with http link in a post to the list.

So just do it!

John "needs all the karma he can get" Fields

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