MojoConf has turned into MiniConf, with a social meeting on Friday, June 5 and a full day of Perl activities on Saturday, June 6. I'll give my "Become a CPAN Author in Three Hours" workshop on Saturday morning.
It looks like Mojoconf 2015 is being cancelled for lack of sponsorship. I was only involved as a trainer for one day so I'm not privy to everything else that was going on.
However, David Farrell and I are going to come up with something if you've already made plans to be in New York. I don't know what that it, but it might…
I've never had a reason to use multiple beginning-of-line anchors in a regex, so I wondered if it would work. I guess it does.
use v5.10; my $string = 'HERE'; This is line one This is a cat This is a dog This is a lizard This is a bird That is a ostrich HERE my @matches = $string =~ m/ ^This\ is\ a\ (\S+) \s+ ^T…
David Farrell is conducting some Reddit experiments with his Perly::Bot. Through the _perly_bot user, he automagically injects things into the Perl subreddit, making a bit more like a feed aggregator. But that's just a start.
I like reddit because it allows for casual feedback, either up or down (unlike Likes). Some of that information could feed back into the bot. If someone's entries in blogs.perl.org, for instance, are consistently dis…
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- "Become a CPAN Author" at MiniConf in NYC, June 6
- Mojoconf is cancelled; I'm scrambling to do something anyway
- I broke plenv and cpanm, and the systems they run on
- Huh. Multiple beginning-of-line anchors work
- What could a reddit bot do with feedback?
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