[dancer-users] Adopting Dancer::Plugin::Passphrase
james at ronanweb.co.uk
Thu Sep 18 09:26:34 BST 2014
Further to this, regarding an obituary - I had a dig and found it:
On 18/09/14 09:17, James Ronan wrote:
> Hi David,
> On 17/09/14 19:18, David Golden wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 17, 2014 at 4:33 AM, James Ronan <james at ronanweb.co.uk
>> <mailto:james at ronanweb.co.uk>> wrote:
>> If it helps, as his friend, I agree to it on his behalf ;)
>> Requests to the Dancer project for information/details on James' passing
>> were not returned, so James' modules weren't put into the usual
>> "custodial" status. Was an obituary published or are there additional
>> details that can be shared to corroborate what happened?
> As James was estranged from his family it took some time for them to be
> tracked down, and as a result it's been difficult for us to get any more
> As far as we know, the accident he had a couple of months previous to
> his passing - where by he was struck by a motor vehicle whilst on foot -
> was the underlying cause.
> When he returned to work, and we spent some time talking, he told me
> that the doctors had confirmed that he had some form of damage to his
> brain, but they were happy he was showing good progress with healing and
> so he was allowed to return to work. Over the course of those 2 months
> the injury to his leg was well on it's way to healing and he no longer
> required the walking stick he was using.
> About a week later we didn't hear from James for the tail end of a week
> (This was not uncommon as we all telecommute and occasionally we just
> get on with what we're doing). The shock came on the Monday morning when
> we had a message from his girlfriend that he had passed away.
> The details weren't clear, he had apparently returned to hospital
> because he was feeling unwell, as to whether he passed away in hospital
> or was again released we're unsure. Needless to say we didn't really
> press his girlfriend for more information given the situation.
> I can confirm however that due to the support of his friends, the Perl
> community and even some complete strangers, that James did get a decent
> funeral and a proper send off. So my personal thanks to all those that
> contributed, as it was a send off he deserved.
> Hope this helps shed some light, and allows us to keep James' modules going.
> Thanks again,
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