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Stas Bekman wrote:
Hi everybody,

Jim Brandt, Allison Randal and I are happy to announce that the first
book about mod_perl2: The "mod_perl2 User's Guide" has been published
and available for purchase. See the book's site:
http://modperl2book.org/ for details.

50% of this book's proceeds will go The Perl Foundation
[http://www.perlfoundation.org/].
It's time for someone to submit some mod_perl-related grant proposals to
the perl foundation!
Please help us spread the word using your favorite social bookmarks
service: digg, reddit, del.icio.us, etc.. Feel free to post the links
here for others to vote for to avoid splits. Here is a quick way to
access many of those services at once:
http://socialposter.com/generator.php?c=all&tip=links&url=http%3A%2F%2Fmodperl2book.org%2F&title=mod_perl2%20User's%20Guide&text=
I see people started voting for it, here are some direct links to save
you time. One of them is the interview with Jim Brandt, conducted by
Andy Lester!

http://www.digg.com/programming/mod_perl_2_User_s_Guide_published_An_interview_with_co_author_Jim_Brandt
http://digg.com/programming/mod_perl2_User_s_Guide
http://reddit.com/info/2oa5k/comments
http://www.netscape.com/viewstory/2007/09/11/mod-perl2-users-guide/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fmodperl2book.org%2F&frame=true
http://www.stumbleupon.com/url/modperl2book.org/

Thanks!

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