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I wrote a song parody about this once...  2010.03.28 20:52 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Some Facts About Schwern
Re: Why Ruby is prettier and Padre changes the Per  2010.02.09 17:36  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Why Ruby is prettier and Padre changes the Perl community
Exciting work!  2009.10.22 10:29  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Hague grant work: the new regex engine and NQP
Re:global bad, lexical good  2009.10.19 13:48  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Declarations and Scope followup on Chromatic's post
There should be a "NoScript Appreciation Award"  2009.09.29 15:27  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Javascript
Re:DDT & Benchmarking  2009.09.08 22:10  1
DDT & Benchmarking  2009.09.07 21:27 2 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Improvement Needed - Perl needs better benchmarking
Re:The important thing here  2009.09.04 17:48  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Moose, Padre, and why the burden of proof is on the cultists
Re:The root problem is interspersing code with POD  2009.07.27 13:20 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Three things in Perl 6 that aren't so great
It's the end of the world as we know it?  2008.02.16 21:18  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: R.E.M. chooses Artistic License 2.0
Re:Getting the word out  2008.01.21 13:03  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: The compiler formerly known as 'perl6'
Anybody else notice...  2007.09.18 8:33  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Idea! CPAN Version Advisories
Any updates on this?  2008.01.24 15:22  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: A standard logging API
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