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  • :m) commented on You Should Take Amtrak To More Places

    I think it has to do a lot with history and mentality.
    There are very densely populated areas in the US which would justify a fine mesh of train routes.
    As for the long distances: There are trains available which travel at about 350km/h. So even for the 4100 km from N.Y to San Francisco this would be a trip of "only" about 12-15 hours. This of course, needs a certain infrastructure.
    You see dismantled railways in many countries, which is sad, I believe. An infrastructure was sacrificed to the automobile (and less to the airplane) some decades ago.

  • Joel Berger commented on GitHub is an amazing service that much of the Perl community has...

    I love GitHub and use it for all my development. Check me out https://github.com/jberger. Thanks for sponsoring YAPC::NA, see you there!

  • Olaf Alders commented on GitHub is an amazing service that much of the Perl community has...

    I was pleasantly surprised to see Github on board as a sponsor. YAPC::NA 2012 is already shaping up very nicely. :)

  • Steven Haryanto commented on GitHub is an amazing service that much of the Perl community has...

    @perldreamer: Well said.

    Besides, for public git repos it shouldn't matter which one you choose. They're sort of like offsite-backups. I've so far used github, bitbucket, gitorious, repo.or.cz, and it's just a matter of adding a couple of lines in your .git/config. But so far I'm most pleased with github (the attention to details in UI, the availability, the features). So go github!

  • jtimothyking1 commented on A compelling reason for Perl6

    Hi, Randal. I just discovered this post, thinking about the same sort of problem, a next-generation web framework, and thinking that Perl 6 might be the right platform on which to build it. I don't see any other posts on the topic, however, since this one. Have you brainstormed any further?

    -TimK

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