Re: [PBML] Message from perl-beginner owner
- I'm the list owner of other lists, and could take it over -- but it depends
on what Yahoo requires. All of my other lists are things I administer via
my unix system and/or other client sites. If nobody else gets back to you,
let me know and I'll see what I can find out.
On Thursday 20-October-2005 11:44, Greg wrote:
> Hi all,
> As a few people over the last while have mentioned, this list has an
> effectively absent owner, and it's not always a great thing. I do read
> the posts (in RSS for quite a while now), but don't ever really have
> time to respond to problems or foment the discussion. I've got a baby
> on the way and am off learning other things and working on other
> projects (Ruby, Ruby on Rails, which leads to the just started
> http://www.openedletter.com - please participate if you have interest,
> most functionality is coming). Perl is great, it's helped me for
> years, but it's time for me to move on to things I can pay attention to.
> The list was started August 2, 1998. Wow, over 7 years now. I've been
> effectively absent for the last three at least.
> So, I've got two choices...shut down the list, or find out if someone
> else wants to take over (and if there is Yahoo facility for that).
> With almost 3000 members signed up, I would really rather not shut the
> list down.
> I am seeking someone who will find out of the ownership transfer is
> possible, and someone who will take over if it is. As with everything
> else, I don't really have time to even do that. Please post to the
> list here if you are interested, with details of your participation
> and what needs to happen for the transfer of ownership to take place.
> Many thanks for all your participation in helping others learn Perl!
> Greg Webster
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