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  Comment: gnu? (Score 1) on 2009.10.02 11:57

by jsut on 2009.10.02 11:57 (#70763)
Attached to: Solaris Fail
That's an example of why we install all of the gnu tools on our solaris machines at work.
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  Comment: shows (Score 1) on 2009.06.10 9:56

by jsut on 2009.06.10 9:56 (#69043)
Attached to: still kicking after 7 years...
They are playing in toronto in a couple weeks, maybe i'll bring my copy of the cookbook and get it signed :o
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  Comment: i am confused by this discussion (Score 1) on 2009.05.19 10:14

by jsut on 2009.05.19 10:14 (#68651)
Attached to: Perl Long Term Support and "The GreyPAN"
Is it just me, or are "how often does a business upgrade?", and "how often are new versions released?" often completely unrelated in many corporate environments. If you have brittle code that uses deprecated features, you probably aren't even going to consider installing the latest and greatest whenever it comes out.

If perl is releasing every quarter or annually, all the people that are running 5.005 aren't going to care and are going to continue to running 5.005. Those people aren't going to upgrade until the HAVE to.

I have to agree with autarch too, the Ubuntu model would make a lot of sense, and fit well somewhere between what chromatic and Alias are proposing.
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  Journal: Search for Twirc on 2009.04.11 12:25

Journal by jsut on 2009.04.11 12:25
User Journal

I have only recently got onto twitter. I quickly discovered Twirc, which is an IRC interface for twitter. I'm already running an IRC client all the time anyway, so the idea of using my irc client to access twitter was pretty appealing to me.

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  Comment: expiry (Score 1) on 2009.04.07 11:44

by jsut on 2009.04.07 11:44 (#68046)
Attached to: Get 15% off OSCON
when does this expire?
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  Comment: Thanks (Score 1) on 2009.04.07 10:00

by jsut on 2009.04.07 10:00 (#68042)
Attached to: DBD::SQLite 1.20 released!
Thanks to everyone involved with this.
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  Comment: commit (Score 1) on 2009.01.26 10:09

by jsut on 2009.01.26 10:09 (#67019)
Attached to: Taking over maintenance of DBD::SQLite
Darren Duncan sent a request to co-maintain to Matt on Jan 13th, that was CC'd to the DBI, RDBO, and DBIC lists (and some others). If he's not on the list of committers, maybe you can add him?

the request: http://groups.google.com/group/rose-db-object/browse_thread/thread/28a0f2ed80897 a0d
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  Comment: yes please (Score 1) on 2009.01.16 15:52

by jsut on 2009.01.16 15:52 (#66892)
Attached to: Modern Perl
I've been using perl for 10ish years and I would buy, read, and flog this book on my friends. I would read, comment, and try not to troll the associated weblog.
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  Comment: hmm (Score 1) on 2009.01.13 13:26

by jsut on 2009.01.13 13:26 (#66818)
Attached to: Discuss the Pros and Cons
The second option is probably more maintainable, especially if is_abstract is implemented in some common base class somewhere. If you've got grep's like that peppered throughout your code for some reason, even more so. If you don't, then it might not make sense to add that level of abstraction.
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  Comment: Re:Exactly (Score 1) on 2008.12.24 10:09

by jsut on 2008.12.24 10:09 (#66609)
Attached to: Releasing Press Releases to the Press
Absolutely, i think this kind of thing should be done somewhat frequently, and that the TPF should be using it when appropriate.
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  Journal: mod_perl survey results on 2008.11.09 22:12

Journal by jsut on 2008.11.09 22:12
User Journal

The results of the mod_perl survey that Fred Moyer and I conducted can be found at the following link:

http://kabob.ca/mod_perl_survey/

Here's a quick list of obvious (though arguable) conclusions:

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