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Perl and Linux Communities Seek Whereabouts of Its NYC Area Members

We have identified a number of places where Perl and Linux user groups are collecting information about their Metropolitan New York-area members:

  • Damian Conway's list of Perl community members
  • NYC.pm disaster check-in (New York City Perl Mongers)
  • NYLUG disaster check-in (New York Linux User Group)
  • The World Trade Center Tragedy discussion on PerlMonks.org

Update: Mayor Giuliani has noted that a significant amount of the information posted to Web-based survivor lists is wrong or misleading. He asked people who are collecting this information to stop. Therefore, we have removed the links to these lists from our Web Site.

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