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aurum (8572)

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http://www.eccentricity.org/

Ex-Akamaite, ex-Goldmanite. Currently working on Ph.D. in Armenian/Byzantine history at Oxford. Spends more time these days deciphering squiggly characters than spaghetti code. Thinks that UTF-8 is the best thing since sliced bread.

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public thanks , 2009.02.17 8:50 (0 comments)

It's not every day that the Perl community gets acknowledged in a humanities t ...

aurum's Comments

Subject Datestamp Replies Score
Why not?  2009.04.13 12:34  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: new Labour, new Dictionary
excuses  2008.12.17 8:00 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: bah humbug!
database features  2008.09.13 17:00 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Jounal Article Database?
Re:Eurostar  2008.09.14 3:47 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: slides online
Re:XSLT  2008.09.06 18:40 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: XML: there's some good after all
Re:Formatting – yours and use.perl.org's  2008.09.03 6:06 1 1
Re:Formatting -- yours and use.perl.org's  2008.09.02 6:08  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Progress, of sorts
Re:Handling large variants  2008.08.28 7:52  1
Handling large variants  2008.08.26 11:03 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: moving on from collation
Re: order-dependence?  2008.08.22 7:06  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Text collation engine: design overview
better than the alternatives  2008.07.15 12:00  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: BBC internationalisation fail
Re:Catulus  2008.04.23 0:42  1
Re:Definitely...  2008.04.21 17:27 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Dear linguistic lazyweb...
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