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Wednesday May 25, 2005
12:11 AM

Perlcast 10

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Perlcast 10 has been released. This episode features an interview with Allison Randal, a talk about scripting gmail, and a talk about Getopt::Long and ARGV.
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  • You should submit use.perl stories when you release a new perlcast. I didn't know anything about them until I was reading random use.perl journals yesterday. I'm currently working my way through all the old episodes.
    • I submitted one a few weeks back and it got accepted. After that, I didn't know if it was bad form to submit new ones from week-to-week or if the use.perl admins would get irritated with me. Do you think weekly story submissions are okay?
      • Personally, I think somebody should get this guy a box on the right side of use.Perl O:-) (hint, hint)
        • How do you go about creating a new slashbox anyway? I saw on slashdot that all you need is and RDF file... here it is: []. Is there a place where I register it or can I somehow get it into my userspace slashbox?
          • Your userspace is something only you see. Here's what I have in mine, for instance:

            · Comments []
            · Entries []
            · Write []

            I find those three links very useful to me :-)

            Now, as for you having a Slashbox for Perlcast, I guess you'd have to talk to pudge []. He runs this joint, see?