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Stuff with the Perl Foundation. A couple of patches in the Perl core. A few CPAN modules. That about sums it up.

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Saturday September 01, 2007
04:56 AM

Test::Harness 3.0 Talk

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I've decided that I will not be using Takahashi XUL for slides again. I really like Takahashi XUL. It's easy to use and I don't have to spend time learning a new bit of presentation software. That being said, I really have no control over the layout. It's the Takahashi way or nothing. However, the biggest drawback is that I cannot easily present my slides as a PDF.

I've downloaded OpenOffice Aqua for OS X. I'll try to learn the presentation software but after I get back home (I'm still in the Vienna airport) I'll upload a new tarball of the current slides and you'll be able to read them in Firefox.

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  • Why not use S5 [meyerweb.com]?

    • I've used it in the past and was happy with it, but I don't believe there's any automatic s5 to pdf tools out there.

      By the way, it was great meeting you at the conference.

  • Not OSS I know - but I've never regretted spending money on iWork solely for Keynote. Very slick.