Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
- Website: thaljef.org
- About: Hacker, speaker, author, dad.
- Posted Perl::Critic Has New Home And New Look to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Posted Invite Me (Virtually) To Your Next Perl Meetup to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Earlier this week I gave a presentation to the Boston Perl Mongers via Google Hangouts. This was the first time that I've done a presentation remotely, but everything worked flawlessly.
I would love to do more of these. If your local PM group or team at $work would like to learn more ab…
Commented on German Perl Workshop 2014 - Talks available on YouTube - T+25 days
You all did a great job on these. The video & audio quality are excellent. Nice to have microphones in the audience too, so we can hear the questions. This really sets the standard for recording Perl conferences. Well done!...
Commented on Make Your Live Demo Flawless!
Thanks, @tinita! I knew about script but not scriptreplay. I'll have to try that next time....
Posted Make Your Live Demo Flawless! to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
In the last few years I've given several presentations on Pinto. I usually start with a deck of slides and then finish with a live demonstration.
We all know the hazards of doing a live demonstration. And with command-line tools, there is …
Commented on Which modules do you use?
Basically mapping part of the GreyPAN or DarkPAN to see which CPAN modules are in use and which modules should be included in such a "batteries included" distribution. Well, that's half the reason I started Stratopan. The sample is...
- Posted TPF Grant Progress Report: March 2014 to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Commented on Installing modules from CPAN *and* your own DarkPAN
Pinto... I assume it will make it possible to mix and match CPAN modules and your own dark modules too That's correct. And the nice thing is (IMHO) that the repository is stable, so you'll always get the same...
Commented on blogs.perl.org and https
I'll pitch in for that! I've got a wildcard cert of my own, and I thought of setting up an HTTPS proxy to blogs.perl.org. But I'm not sure if that is ethical or prudent....
Posted I'm Going To Disney World! to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Well, actually I'm going to YAPC::NA in Orlando, Florida. That "magic kingdom" place is just a side show by comparison.
This will be my fourth YAPC, and I'm especially excited this year. There have been a lot of advancements in asynchronous pro…
Posted Announcing Pinto 0.099 to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Pinto is a powerful tool for creating a…
- Posted TPF Grant Progress Report: January 2014 to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Commented on Building a cpanm-puppet-provider requires first a fuller-featured package manager for perl
I think BooK said it best: [The] package manager role is mostly to deal with file copy and deletion. A module installer, on the other hand, actually runs code (from the distribution to be installed) and generates the files that...
Commented on How can I make this Perl code run faster ?
Please let me know how this works out for you. I'd really like to add this kind of feature to pinto directly. Accurately mapping module versions to distributions is non-trivial, because a given version can appear in many distributions. And...
- Posted Attention Pinto Users: Use This Workaround While PAUSE Is Down to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
- Posted Installing The Whole Enchilada From Pinto to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Commented on DWIM Perl for Linux 5.18.1
Something like DWIM Perl could also be done with Stratopan. But rather than distributing entire Perls with extra modules, you would simply curate a stack with a Task::DWIM module that declares all the dependencies. Stratopan makes it possible to build...
- Posted TPF Grant Progress Report: November 2013 to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
- Posted Perl-Critic Migration To GitHub Is Complete to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
- Posted Announcing Perl-Critic-1.121 With CERT Themes to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Commented on My first public, non-CPAN Perl release
No, you did everything right. You just found a regression (thanks for that). Test case added, and new release shipped. Give it another shot. For the moment I suggest sticking with a public repository. Private repositories aren't quite ready yet....
Commented on My first public, non-CPAN Perl release
My point for this post is that I think there exists a niche market for a platform that hosts non-CPAN releases but reuse the CPAN tools/architecture. That's exactly what Stratopan is for. Public repositories are always free, and a great...
- Posted TPF Grant Progress Report: October 2013 to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Posted Pinto Road Show: Silicon Valley to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
The road show continues! This time, I will be presenting Pinto at the Silicon Valley Perl Mongers meetup this Thursday, October 3. So come out and learn how a private CPAN made with Pinto can save you from hours of needless…
Posted Docs For Modules In Your Pinto Repository to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
A couple weeks ago, Andy Gorman sent a patch for a new Pinto command that displays the perldoc for any module in the repository. I thought this was a great idea, but we weren't quite sure about the design. So for now, it is…
Commented on Cooperative module maintenance?
The MetaCPAN team has an organization, and so does The Perl Foundation. I've also been working to bring some projects under the Perl organization on GitHub (possibly including Perl itself). I agree with @vsespb that we shouldn't try to lump...
- Posted Contribute To The CERT Guidelines For Perl to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Commented on Announce CloseBargains.com
I love it. Don't just build cool stuff -- build cool stuff that makes money! Don't stop....
- Posted TPF Grant Progress Report: July 2013 to Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
Commented on Reverse proxy with Mojolicious
But if you get in touch with the author, then he/she just might add your code. Then you'll experience the joy of being an open source contributor :)...
- Olivier Mengué (dolmen) commented on Cooperative module maintenance?
Steven Haryanto commented on
My first public, non-CPAN Perl release
I just tried creating an account at stratopan. Created a repository, one stack (and another). Could pull a CPAN dist, but could not add any dist tarball from my computer with error message: "Something went wrong: The default stack has not been set". Did I do something wrong?
itcharlie commented on
How can I make this Perl code run faster ?
You are correct!!
I updated the script to dump the list of distributions it found into a file.
Here is an example of the file:
You can see duplicate entries of distributions with different versions.
Take Dancer-Plugin-Database-Core for example:
The distribution file list has :
mrallen1#63580 commented on
Make Your Live Demo Flawless!
Damian Conway demo'd IO::Prompter with this functionality at OSCON a few years ago:
- Olivier Mengué (dolmen) commented on German Perl Workshop 2014 - Talks available on YouTube - T+25 days
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