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  • Commented on Add Structured Data to Log::Any
    ++ We are currently moving from logging to syslog to logging to/via graylog, and having structured log messages would be a huge win....
  • Posted No proposal for European Perl Conference 2018 yet to domm

    We did not get a single letter of intent to host the European Perl Conference in 2018 yet. So either all your monger groups try to stress out the YEF venue committee, or nobody actually wants to host the conference next year.

    I do hope for the first opt…

  • Posted Call for Venue for the Perl Conference in Europe 2018 (formerly know as YAPC::Europe) to domm

  • Commented on MVC::Neaf - Not Even A (Web Application) Framework
    Why are you using your own session handler when there are several very good Plack Middlewares available? Generally, when working with micro/no-frameworks, I think it makes most sense to implement as little as possible on your own, and do the...
  • Commented on Better SQL tracing with DBIx::Class
    Besides the nifty counter, isn't this the same as $ENV{DBIC_TRACE_PROFILE}=console ? ok, DBIC_TRACE_PROFILE also won't work with plain DBI (I guess).....
  • Commented on Something New Every Day
    The JAPH in my .sig is based on this feature: for(ref bless{},just'another'perl'hacker){s-:+-$"-g&&print$_.$/}...
  • Commented on A Date with CPAN, Part 2: Target First, Aim Afterwards
    At some YAPC::Europe some time ago I've seen this Java DateTime API mentioned in a talk: JSR-310, and found it quite nice (haven't looked at it since, though..) Maybe you can find some inspiration there. But I do think that...
  • Commented on P6SGI: Smack the Reference Implementation
    To me it looks better than having nothing (or CGI, shudder). I haven't tried it yet, though, and my Perl6 is very basic, so I'm not sure I can help... But thanks for starting something! LeoNerd, maybe you could post...
  • Commented on Testing your sqitch changes
    Maybe you want to take a look at DBIx::SchemaChecksum, which works perfectly with Postgres (or other DBs that allow schema changes to happen inside a transaction). It does not support downgrading, though......
  • Commented on RFC Perl for education
    What you're describing sounds a lot like Perl6, which seems to be quite useable already. The major thing that's missing in Perl6 is ready-to-use frameworks like Dancer etc (but I assume some proto-versions of such frameworks are hiding on github...
  • Commented on Learning Perl 6 - Find in a Large File
    If you like hacking on Perl 6 (or learning Perl 6), come to the Austrian Perl Workshop in Salzburg: http://act.useperl.at/apw2014/ After two days of "regular" Perl Workshop, we'll have a two-day hackathon on 12th and 13th Oct. Larry Wall will...
  • Commented on YAPC::EU 2015 from 2nd to 4th September
    Yet another reason to target younger people :-) BTW, I don't have a problem with the current dates, but I would have some if the conference was a week earlier, because of my sons birthday. No matter which dates you'll...
  • Commented on First Round of Talks Accepted - But Still Room for More!
    > Favourite title: "Code I'm proud of‎", from DOMM. Uh, so I should maybe start writing the slides :-)...
  • Commented on ZMQ::FFI and FFI::Raw
    We have also adapted ZMQx::Class to work with ZMQ::FFI. Our changes are not released yet on CPAN, but you can get them from https://github.com/domm/ZMQx-Class...
  • Commented on perlsphere.net: Static since last Friday
    The problem is that this post: http://techblog.babyl.ca/entry/dfw-contest is dated 2104-01-11 instead of 2014-01-11, thus always showing up first. If you scroll down a bit, you'll see the fresh posts. The same also happens at ironman......
  • Commented on My database involved testing setup
    You can use the -l flag which is basically the same as -I lib And if you're using a proper DB supporting nested transactions (i.e. postgres) you could start a transaction at the beginning of each test file and roll...
  • Commented on Promoting perl outside the echo chamber
    App::TimeTracker - time tracking for impatient and lazy command line lovers...
  • Commented on Please build this for me, yesterday, also!
    I've extracted to code into Net::EmptyPort and tokuhirom already release a TRIAL version of Test::TCP containing that module: http://blog.64p.org/entry/2013/02/27/183549...
  • Commented on Please build this for me, yesterday, also!
    Just a few days ago I extracted empty_port and _check_port from Test::TCP to use it in some 0mq project. Do you think it would make sense to publish a CPAN module that only implements empty_port? I'd love something like that......
  • Commented on Perl programmer humour
    Hm, the last run of Acme::ReturnValue was more than two years ago. Maybe I should run it again (and/or improve Acme::ReturnValue)... And regarding the return value "favourite record of the moment", for some reasons I don't remember right now I...
  • Commented on deb.perl.it - bridging CPAN and Debian → step2
    Nice work! And I like the example :-)...
  • Commented on Recent work on ZMQ::LibZMQ3 and CZMQ
    zmq_proxy() now indeed works, thanks a lot!...
  • Commented on New CPANTS Site
    Thanks again for taking over! It was fun doing CPANTS for a while, but I just couldn't maintain it anymore. So I'm very happy that you and a few others have taken up the bat and continue they work! Greetings....
  • Commented on YAPC::Europe 2013 in Kiev, week minus 33. Countdown correction. Dates. Site
    A small bug report: the "Join" button is labeled "Join YAPC 2011"....
  • Posted "Essential Modern Perl" Track at Austrian Perl Workshop to domm

    (crossposted from http://domm.plix.at/perl/2012_10_essential_modern_perl.html)

    To get more new participants to this years Austrian Perlworkshop we (Vienna.pm) came up with the following plan: On Saturday, 17th Novembe…

  • Commented on Swiss Perl Workshop 2013
    Yay! Any dates yet? Or even a rough estimate?...
  • Posted blog moved to domm.plix.at to domm

    After finally managing to produce a valid atom feed I have now moved my Perl blog to my self-hosted server at http://domm.plix.at/perl.

    Blog posts are aggregated via ="http://ironman.enlightenedperl.or…

  • Posted Which tag to use for YAPCs? to domm

    discuss here in my blog:
    http://domm.plix.at/perl/2012_08_25_yapc_tag.html

    (as Perl Iron Man doesn't let me update my blog URL, I have to crosspost here. sorry for that..)

  • Commented on YAPC::EU::2012, what I missed
    > The second miss was Josette Garcia, from O'Reilly. AFAIK Josetta is not allowed to attend German-speaking events (on behalf of O'Reilly) she's not working for O'Reilly Germany, which seems to be a semi-distinct business entity. So the fact that...
  • Posted Things I learned at YAPC::Europe 2012 to domm
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  • john napiorkowski commented on A Date with CPAN, Part 2: Target First, Aim Afterwards

    "My preliminary poking around indicates I should be able to handle dates from 1-Jan-1000 to 31-Dec-2899, which is a pretty big range. But there’s still a lot of time outside that range."

    LOL, dude that's pretty much ALL of time outside that range :)

    Sorry, couldn't help myself, being a Dr Who fan and all. Best of luck!

  • Christian Hansen commented on A Date with CPAN, Part 2: Target First, Aim Afterwards

    First, I would like to apology for my first message, it came out a lot harsher than I intended!

    Just because Time::Piece is in core doesn't mean it's stable! Time::Piece has several quirks:

    Time::Piece->strptime() parses any given string as being in the UTC/GMT regardless if the format string contains the conversion specifiers %z or %Z.

    Time::Piece->strptime() is hardcoded to use the C locale while Time:Piece->strftime() subjective to the locale.

    If you still want to use Time::Piece as a base, I encourage you to use Time::Piece internally and delegate to it…

  • Buddy Burden commented on A Date with CPAN, Part 2: Target First, Aim Afterwards

    Thanks again to everyone for more great comments!  Once again, I’m going to answer everyone’s thoughts here in one post; hopefully that’s okay.

    First, Christian Hansen, author of Time::Piece, added 3 comments.  Let’s start with the last first:

    First, I would like to apology for my first message, it came out a lot harsher than I intended!

    Well, it did sound a bit harsh.  But I’ll try to address your concerns without taking offense. :-)

    You cannot parse an arbitrary date or …
  • Randal L. Schwartz commented on Something New Every Day

    Clever!

  • Konstantin Uvarin commented on MVC::Neaf - Not Even A (Web Application) Framework

    Thanks, good point! Going along with the rest of Plack:: and getting all the good stuff for free is a good idea. Somehow I overlooked it.

    I think I'll move in that direction somewhere after v.0.20 and only leave the core in this distro. E.g. form handling modules have nothing to do with Neaf's internals.

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