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  • Commented on Type::Tiny - not just for attributes
    Oh. Using a hashref might be better, than using eval (that's what I'm doing now :)! But using eval is so simple. This is how it looks inside: ...here goes types importing... my $check = eval "Type::Params::compile($attributes)"; Where $attributes can...
  • Commented on Perl Hunter Job Leads
    Hi Uri. Do you help contractors to find Perl jobs too? Thanks....
  • Commented on Type::Tiny - not just for attributes
    That's quite nice. I tried using it in Attribute::Contract and got smth like this: sub method :ContractRequires(ClassName, Str) { } Works like a charm :)...
  • Commented on Interview with Pragmatic Perl in English
    Great interview! :)...
  • Commented on About the Grants Committee
    Maybe there should be a simple pre-applying form where people can vote just for ideas, like 'Should I ask for a grant for this...?' and get responses like 'Yeah, that'd be great' or 'Nah.. this is just silly'. This is...
  • Commented on About the Grants Committee
    I am afraid that Perl community won't benefit from my grant work, and it's not very right thing to ask for the money (in my case), so I just hack on my own :D...
  • Commented on Trying to hide from the Cloud
    I wish I had enough free time to finish Plync......
  • Commented on YAPC::Europe 2013 in Kiev, week minus 48
    Hey! I didn't mean to insult anyone. That's just what I remember from talking to him. If that has changed I'd gladly change my mind!...
  • Commented on my $perl_blog;
    Welcome! For modern Perl tutorials check out http://perl-tutorial.org and http://perltuts.com :)...
  • Commented on Architecture testing
    For networking with qemu I use -redir: qemu-system-i386 -hda debian.qcow2 -redir tcp:5555:10.0.2.1:22 That will forward local 5555 port to remote 22 port. That's it. Easy!...
  • Commented on still no YAPC::Euope 2013 proposals
    I have sent a question about Kiev awhile ago, but got no answer. I was asking if it's worth sending an application at all....
  • Commented on open module under cursor in vim
    I use gf and it works perfectly. I only have this in my .vimrc: set path+=$PWD/lib I used to have this: set includeexpr=substitute(substitute(v:fname,'::','/','g'),'$','.pm','') but it works without it too....
  • Commented on YAPC::Russia + Perl Mova 2012 in Kiev, Ukraine
    Yeah! Kiev for YAPC::Europe!...
  • Commented on Test::Class::Profile
    Any progress on this?...
  • Commented on MetaCPAN August Roundup
    Thanks for the great work on MetaCPAN!...
  • Commented on Mojocasts forthcoming
    Nice casts. Good luck and keep rocking!...
  • Commented on Hello World in Plack
    I demand screenshots!...
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  • Peter Rabbitson commented on About the Grants Committee

    @tinita You get the first set of improvememnts for free fwiw: http://lists.scsys.co.uk/pipermail/dbix-class/2013-February/011109.html

    Of course there is a lot more work that can be done, I'll look into applying for a grant for next quarter (or sooner if the rules change).

  • castaway.myopenid.com commented on About the Grants Committee

    You missed as a point "People don't know that the grants exist" and "People don't think their ideas/plans are appropriate for a grant". TPF should probably advertise them more.

    As Nicholas pointed out, the grants system is a bit arcane, and takes a fair amount of work and waiting, just to apply.

    To everyone else: You'll never know if your idea/plan was good enough for a grant if you don't apply! Don't assume it isnt, ask!

  • metadoo commented on About the Grants Committee

    Whenever someone is to submit a grant proposal, that proposal goes through one's "internal review" first. And in that internal review one asks yourself: "Why should I ask to be paid for what countless of others just CONTRIBUTE to Perl community? The Perl itself and tens of thousands of modules are literally millions of hours, hundreds of years of work just contributed. Why should I ask for pay?". This is the perfectly right question to ask. And this makes the one's internal review quite picky, and the result is what we see - no proposals. And, though surprisingly it may sound, this is the…

  • Toby Inkster commented on Type::Tiny - not just for attributes

    Attribute::Contract looks interesting. I've shied away from adding sub attribute declaration (or something like Method::Signatures-style declaration) from Type::Params so far, because I've been unable to find a pleasant way to map string type names (e.g. "Str") to the underlying type constraint objects. (This is the one thing Moose's global type constraint registry is good for!) If you've found a good solution for that, I look forward to seeing it.

    One feature you may find useful is this:

    my %types;
    Types::Standard->import(
      { into => \%types },
      qw( Str ArrayRef ),
    …
  • Matt Perry commented on Type::Tiny - not just for attributes

    Some of your example code is cut off on the right side. Can you fix that please?

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