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Commented on Getting started with blogs.perl.org
Well, since this site had a security breach and revealed the weak hashing for passwords I wouldn't recommend Movable Type. Now, if you really like Perl you honestly could build one that uses SHA2 hashing which is less vulnerable so...
Posted SNMP module vs Net::SNMP module to Craig Steffler
If you're fortunate to get stuck working on IPv6 stuff you're going to find that things are not always as they seem.
In my job where I'm tasked with testing scripts using SNMP to verify that they work with IPv6 addresses as well as IPv4 addresses I've found that the SNMP and Net::SNMP perl…
tinypig commented on
Getting started with blogs.perl.org
Thanks for the feedback everyone! I think I have some ideas on where to start now.
blogs.perl.org is a common blogging platform for the Perl community. Written in Perl and offering the modern features you’ve come to expect in blog platforms, the site is run by Dave Cross and Aaron Crane, with a design donated by Six Apart, Ltd.