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PerlNet:Introduction

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What is PerlNet?

PerlNet is a portal for the Australian and New Zealand Perl community. Most importantly, PerlNet is run and maintained by the community itself. PerlNet's goal is to be useful to individiuals, businesses, jobseekers, user-groups, and service providers who use Perl. You are encouraged to expand PerlNet to cover material that's relevant to you and your peers, and to write about yourself and how Perl is relevant to you.

How can I help?

Don't be afraid to edit pages on PerlNet. Anyone can edit, and you are encouraged to do so. If you see something that can be improved, then improve it. If you find something lacking, then add it. Don't be afraid of breaking PerlNet, or not getting things right the first time. Mistakes are easy to fix, and if something goes wrong it is easy to revert back to a previous version. Be bold in making PerlNet a great resource for everyone!

Editing is easy! Just use the edit tab that you can find at the top of every page. If you want to ask questions about a page, discuss its content, or see what other people have to say, then simply click on the discussion tab instead.

Need more information?

If you want more information about PerlNet or how you can help, visit our Community Portal or Frequently Asked Questions.

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Hosting and administration of this site is provided by Perl Training Australia.

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