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 <p>This is the FAQ for <a href="irc://" title="irc://">Freenode&apos;s #perl channel</a>. 
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 <p>One can also use the <a href="" title="">CPAN dependencies</a> tool to determine the dependencies of a CPAN distribution or module. 
 <h2 id="Some_Related_IRC_Channels_on_Freenode"> Some Related IRC Channels on Freenode </h2>
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 <p>The <a href="" title="Freenode Sharp Perlcafe">Perl Café</a> exists to move off-topic discussions out of #perl. The channel is very lax, but often heavy on the irony. Examples of conversation include: 
 </p><ol><li> Café-speak (&quot;teh hawt&quot;, &quot;I buyed&quot;, &quot;teh ghey&quot;, &quot;n u&quot;) — you get the idea. </li><li> People discussing their love-lives (or their lack of them), their co-workers, their friends, and their enemies. </li><li> Unusual humour and lots of cursing (particularly at each other). </li><li> Discussing both obscure and everyday political issues. </li><li> Personal conversation during what would otherwise be a boring work day. </li></ol>
 <p>Sometimes the discussion gets more high-quality, but it&apos;s still a channel where chat occurs that some may find questionable. Viewer discretion is advised. 
 <p>Also see its own page at <a href="" title="Freenode Sharp Perlcafe">Freenode Sharp Perlcafe</a>. 
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 <p>Discussion for the development of <a href="" title="Perl 6">Perl 6</a>, <a href="" title="Pugs">Pugs</a> and <a class="new" href=";action=edit" title="Rakudo">Rakudo</a>, and as usual on Freenode, a lot of off-topic discussion. Don&apos;t ask Perl 5 technical questions there - ask them on #perl. 
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 <p><a href="irc://" title="irc://">#lispcafe</a> is an off-shoot of #lisp and #perlcafe. The primary lisp channel #lisp is restricted to &quot;on-topic&quot; discussion of Common Lisp. Thus #lispcafe was founded to accept off-topic discussions. Unlike #perlcafe, #lispcafe attempts to be more civil. Discussions of Perl and other dynamic languages is acceptable on #lispcafe, so you might wish to visit it, introduce yourself and join the fun. 
 </p><ol><li>lispcafe has <a href="" title="">its own page</a> on the Common Lisp wiki. </li></ol>
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 <p>Since many #perl&apos;ers either like cats or even sometimes emulate ones, a channel was started for all things cats and Perl. It is pretty small, and we discuss many things besides cats. Some people there are just friends of regular #perl&apos;ers (who also happen to like Perl). #perl-cats tends to be more civil than #perlcafe , but expect a lot of cat overload. 
 <h2 id="People"> People </h2>
 <h2 id="Our_Milestone_Pictures"> Our Milestone Pictures </h2>
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