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wirebird (8007)

wirebird
  karen.cravensNO@SPAMgmail.com
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Author of Wirebird (also known by its current version, Gamehawk), which is intended to provide separate interfaces to the same community via mailing list and webforum (among others), chiefly because culture clash is fun to watch. Someday I should submit something to CPAN.

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Wednesday September 26, 2007
12:24 PM

Celebrity endorsement

[ #34551 ]

Possibly I should remember to save after I preview. Or possible I'm double-posting.

In any event, Carl has achieved fame: http://yapc.org/

Good thing I dragged him along, I guess.

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  • The whole article was worth reading, but there is no link to it. The 5 sentences there give a different impression than the whole article. I remember it as being enthusiastic, but not promotional the way the extract sounds.
    • Not sure the YAPC mailing list is archived anywhere, but he put the entry in his LJ too: http://ravenx99.livejournal.com/20728.html [livejournal.com]

      And yeah, it was very selectively edited. One could do that other interesting ways:

      YAPC confirmed my greatest fear. There wasn't much in the way of tutorial for the new stuff... modules, OO, references, etc. I never learned how to properly write a module, just why "my" was better than "local" or any of that "advanced" stuff. I don't think I got a huge amount of immediate re