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merlyn (47)

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merlyn (47)

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Bob Jacobsen interview on FLOSS Weekly , 2010.04.22 22:55 (0 comments)

Last week, I interviewed Bob Jacobsen for FLOSS Weekly. Bob used Perl's Artistic 1.0 license on some Java code to manage model trains. The code was later patented ...

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Not surprising /bin/sh looks like Algol-68  2010.03.16 21:48  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: The ghost of Algol 68
Re:uniq  2009.10.08 19:03 1 2
Re:uniq  2009.10.08 19:00 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Finding Duplicate Files
branches are points, not lines  2009.08.09 14:23  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Dear git-using lazyweb...
Minor note: Smalltalk, not SmallTalk  2009.08.04 9:02 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: The Longer "Roles" Talk
9 lines?  2009.06.05 14:59  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: 0.02% of perl is my fault
Is your site Safari friendly?  2009.05.24 14:30 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: To all of you considering moving away from use.perl.org...
too complicated  2009.05.09 23:38 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: What files does your Perl load?
what is "nil" in Perl?  2009.04.23 20:35 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Cursing perl 5
Consider File::Finder  2009.02.16 23:08 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: What happened to File::Find::Rule?
You're talking about Java and not Javascript?  2008.09.26 16:47 2 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Java gravel of the day: no block scoped variables
middle part makes sense  2008.08.02 17:13 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: *sigh*
Re:Seaside - the next web framework  2008.05.08 11:20 2 2
Seaside - the next web framework  2008.05.08 8:55 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Arc Is Taking Over the World
ugh! use "wantarray"!  2008.02.07 14:18  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: A Subtlety of 'reverse'
Re:Port 587  2008.01.23 13:11  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: SMTP blocking, and the Thunderbird corporation
Active IRC channel  2008.01.12 13:35 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Hacking on hardware, CPANTS and git
Seaside - the next "rails"  2008.01.04 14:17 2 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Rails has peaked
Thanks for doing this!  2007.12.01 12:30  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Final Perl history conversion coming soon!
Valid concerns  2007.10.14 9:10  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Why I would not pick CGI::Prototype again
it's not "crypto context"  2007.09.30 9:10  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Bitten by glob crypto context
Not by default!  2007.09.21 9:49  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: odd gitism
speed will vary  2007.09.19 11:22  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: evdo speed update
Re:been really happy with mine  2007.09.18 21:25  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: holy crap, evdo!
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