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  • Posted What is the Perl community? to lichtkind

    After my last rant about the p5 roadmap I wanted get technical again, but ... this last post about a link collection brought me back.:

  • Commented on YATOP5R (y a thought on Perl roadmap) [rewritten]
    thank you, fixed . :) you were the only one I hope who didnt read this. :) but sure we could do way more. My point was rather ( and maybe i should reedit to make it clearer): that much...
  • Posted YATOP5R (y a thought on Perl roadmap) [rewritten] to lichtkind

    You propably seen that rant as well as what caused it. I'm neither core dev nore have 20 Modules on CPAN, but I have talked to…

  • Posted programming from brain perspective to lichtkind

    As I talked during YAPC::EU with fellow Perl 6 fanboy mäsak about his (GOTO considered awesome) and mine (Perl 6 operators) recent talk I just summarized something I said and something he said…

  • Posted 5 part YAPC::EU report in German to lichtkind

    unless you already seen my tweets and you understand German - you maybe wanna read this thread in the biggest German Perl forum.

  • Posted Kephra XP ded prototype works to lichtkind

    Mark eting may prefer vampires, but here's a different why Kephra keeps evolving, for all that are interested in dev tools, written in Perl. Oh , btw, it go ready on CPAN day - mere coincidence. :)

  • Posted 1. Czech Perl Workshop to lichtkind

    As you would expect, it was great on 20.,21. May, so why talk further?

  • Posted More than a life sign to lichtkind

    Cheers Perl community - I'm not dead :), no currently I partially study music and delve into instruments, - more precisely I'm building synthesizers with NI Reaktor.

  • Posted Kephra, GCL, Tablets, state of my Perl projects Part 2 to lichtkind

    Good morning, this will be about GCL (my attempt to make WxPerl programming fun) and I want alsohear from you if its allright to talk about that at this stage of development on Perl Workshop (one month to go so a lot will change).

  • Posted Kephra, GCL, Tablets, state of my Perl projects Part 1 to lichtkind

    Cheerio, in case you missed me, started to study again (compunter science and music) so had almost none time for Perl. Even worse, I was forced to learn and write Java. My complaint on international human rights court is pending. But now are holidays, time to prepare exams and .. to reflect about…

  • Commented on Christmas Eve Obfu
    good old tradition warms my heart...
  • Posted Another reason to be Wx::Perl::Smart (Wx::RadioButtons under Mac) to lichtkind

    I currently write a commercial app and found out that Wx::RadioButtons work differently under MacOS. These simply ignore the constant &Wx::wxRB_GROUP and slap together all the groups of a dialog. By toying around I found a way how to get several radio buttons (these labeled, round things from…

  • Commented on Games in Perl/Tk
    I have collected also several of Perl games, mostly or all Tk. If you like them, send me mail....
  • Posted more thoughts on GCL to lichtkind

    After the first burst of rants ähem layout of my cody GUI DSL I call in lack for a catchy bling name : GCL there are still some important holes to fill. Because the issue is not only to save you from…

  • Posted Wx::Perl::Smart Design Decisions to lichtkind

    The simple goal of Wx::Perl::Smart (WPS now for short) is to make WxPerl - GUI programing fast, fun and technically sober. By that I mean you still have full access under the hood (like Moose does) to all features of the old ways. Oh, and speaking of OO, I decided using no framework (yet), not…

  • Posted Where is App::Harmonograph ? to lichtkind

    After the first, two posts about GCL maybe some words about the app I develop it with, because street…

  • Commented on Write GUI faster -> GCL
    QML seems to be much mor low level than what I aim for with GCL. I see the possibility to output QML but goal of GCL is not having to define all the details QML is able to and I...
  • Posted Wx::Perl::Smart::* (technical advantages of GCL) to lichtkind

    As en extention of my last post, where I introduced the first rough ideas of the still changing GCL syntax, I want to write now about further advantages of the DSL I created this new namespace for. Yes it…

  • Commented on Write GUI faster -> GCL
    yes its XML but useful as an abstraction layer for GUI creation with a GUI program, clean programs and to reuse even a WxPython Gui. GCL is in Part to have something better, more human, for same purpose...
  • Commented on Write GUI faster -> GCL
    We have in Perl Wx::XRC (XML format that defines complete GUI or parts) but yes GCL is more powerful in molding, real time creation or even can be extracted from compiled GUI to marshal it (not all details of course...
  • Posted Write GUI faster -> GCL to lichtkind

    A goal that set my juices to flow is to make Perl a first class GUI language. Like back in the days even hardcore Java people took TCL to whip up a small graphical frontend app. This should now be done in Perl, because Perl can be simple but powerful when you need it. It just lacks some nice…

  • Posted How to get more/better Perl articles & docs to lichtkind

    Disclaimer: the docs things starts at paragraph 3.

    Within 2 Weeks I was in Kiev and St. Augustin, giving 6 instances of 3 talks. My minireport on Kiev got published (in German) but there is a lot more to say…

  • Commented on Data::Dumper::GUI
    does it run under mac (because Prima doenst configure right now)? Thanks...
  • Posted How to load a Wx::Bitmap from a Variable to lichtkind

    You know the good feeling when you find a solution for a problem after it hounted you many months or even years. I had such a moment today when i finally found (with the help of the excellent Mark Dootson++ of course ) a way to load icons from a set a…

  • Commented on If there's a shortage of programmers, why aren't wages up?
    thanks for sharing thoughts, great post. I feel like I learned something :)...
  • Commented on Why I joined Propaganda.pm
    yes ,thanks, even thought i had linked it, but obviously missed it...
  • Posted Why I joined Propaganda.pm to lichtkind

    4 reasons:

    1: Right man.I was there when it started. At German Perl Workshop this march in Berlin Richard ignited with his inofficial keynote a lot of controversy. All what said wasn't new or IMO just opinion or chatter/not relevant. Late…

  • Commented on Creating My Own Buzzword
    Thanks, your right, repetition creates bugs and is a tell for bad structure (mostly), yeah I knew DDD, thats one of the reasons i want to get off that, yes i know a bit XP, Scrum and Agile. And i...
  • Posted Creating My Own Buzzword to lichtkind

    Most of you love programming and shut ears when its only starts to buzzing anywhere but please hold on, its for a good cause and maybe even you might benefit from it.

  • Commented on Silent Night for KephraXP
    many thanks, actually its currently ment just to be downloaded and run but I will look into it...
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