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Steven Haryanto

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    A programmer (mostly Perl 5 nowadays).

    My CPAN ID: SHARYANTO. I'm sedusedan on perlmonks. My twitter is stevenharyanto (but I don't tweet much). Follow me on github: sharyanto.

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  • Brainbuz commented on Put your CPAN distributions on github

    Most of the arguments for using GitHub apply equally to any other good hosted git based service. The advantage GitHub has over its competitors is that it is the most popular, and most CPAN authors already have accounts there.

    Before I move my modules to github, I would like to hear what the people who operate the CPANTesters and CPAN and manage its software, and the two indexing sites think.

  • Christian Hansen commented on Time::Moment vs DateTime

    I'm not sure what you are asking, if you think I didn't try to improve the performance of DateTime.pm, you think wrong (look at the changelog or ask Dave Rolsky).

    Time::Moment can never be "backwards" comparability with DateTime.pm due to DateTime.pm's design.

  • Olivier Mengué (dolmen) commented on Put your CPAN distributions on github

    Also, don't forget to add a link to your Github account from your MetaCPAN profile. This will help potential contributors to find your repositories even if you forgot to put the link in META.yml/json.

  • marthalucas commented on Some Perl-Related Bugs and How They Were Fixed.

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  • fibo commented on How do we know when a CORE module is deprecated?

    Come on, it's not that tragedy. On RedHat perl-CGI is already packaged.

    It is not that difficut to include instructions for those who want to port their CGI scripts.

    Something like


    sudo cpan CGI

    will do the trick ;)

    I think Perl can move on and remove CGI.pm from core modules.

    What it is really missing in the core, in my opinion, are IO::Socket::SSL and Plack.

    Look at Node.js core, for example http://nodejs.org/api/tls.html

    We need https!

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