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Someone who done his job relying on Internet, enjoying in writting code, words, music notes, participating Open Source related activities, writting open source programs, translating documents and books, loves Chopin, Capuccino, and Perl.

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Wednesday November 19, 2008
06:22 PM website relaunched

The website is officially lanched again.

It's now a blog powered by MTOS4 instead of a wiki, like it used to be. Therefore, one more perl blog. :)

We've been putting the translated release notes of all sorts buzzing modules into Chinese so it'll be more quickly understood by local people.

Last year I've put shelling into the world of Perl and now he is one of the major contributer in Thanks very much for his effort doing good article translations. He's awesome.

Wednesday April 06, 2005
08:48 PM


Recently doing many svk hacking, including this new dist: SVK-Churn.

So SVK-Churn basically has the same idea of SVN-Churn, generating 3 kinds of statistic chart using Chart::Strip:

  • Linesof Code
  • Number of committers
  • Number of committs

After 0.03, it installed as a svk sub-command rather then a stand-alone script. That's fine, because people have to have svk installed to use SVK-Churn anyway. To generate some chart, you do something like:

svk churn -o pugs.png //pugs

And wait for svk to traverse the whole pugs history and count lines of code changed on every revisions. Here's one result of the Pugs project.

Thursday March 24, 2005
11:26 PM


[ #23834 ]

This would only be the second year of YAPC::Taipei, and thanks to autrijus we have so many hackers around the world gather at Danshui hacking about perl6(pugs), RT, Kwiki, and SVK.

I've recently add the revspec processing routine into SVK. And just finished a Spork::S5 spork plugin last night.

With all these great hackers around you'll always have lots of ideas to implement, and that's kind of brain-storming you cannot have during normal days.

Monday August 09, 2004
07:45 AM

Maybe I can write it this way..

# basics
sub a {@_[1]}
sub top { $_[0]->{top} = 1; @_ }
sub down { $_[0]->{down} =1; @_ }
sub off {@_}
sub those {@_}

# do some real thing
sub stay { ... }
sub watch { ... }

# then say...
stay off the shift;
watch $tv;
do any @job;
save those @whales;