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  Comment: It's OK (Score 1) on 2010.06.19 14:33

I'm sure most perlers understand the situation. Three month from the _very_ aggressive deadline, and one from the more relaxed is not that bad, given the circumstances.

I expect the release to be slow but somehow functional. I hope it will be possible to play with PostgreSQL in some way.

Keep up the good work!

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  Comment: This is all very well... (Score 1) on 2008.12.12 2:08

by kaare on 2008.12.12 2:08 (#66426)
Attached to: Plans for Integrating Padre with Parrot and Rakudo
I'd been happier if your grant for integrating the debugger with Padre had been approved.

I see that it's only postponed, so hopefully it will pass in the next round.

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  Journal: Perl Mail Server on 2008.10.31 5:06

Journal by kaare on 2008.10.31 5:06
User Journal

I installed qpsmtpd (journal entry http://use.perl.org/~kaare/journal/37631) a while ago. It is fun, you can mess with separate bits and pieces the usual Perl way, and qpsmtpd has a very low ressource consumption on the system.

So, just a thought. Why not implement a full-feature mail system in Perl? At least it would be nice to know if all the different mail server elements exist in Perl.

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