perl101.org needs a new maintainer

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A few years back, I started perl101.org as a website that I could point newbies at for simple explanations of how to do basic tasks. I found the same questions getting asked over and over on StackOverflow, so I figured I'd aggregate the common answers together. It's the same reason I put together bobby-tables.com to explain SQL injection and htmlparsing.com to explain how to parse HTML without regular expressions.

However, for the past couple of years I haven't touched it, and I'd like it if someone who would actually maintain it, like I haven't, would take it over, domain name, hosting and all. If this sounds like something you'd be interested in, drop me an email.

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