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'Unofficial' 2005 Perl Advent Calendar

posted by davorg on 2005.12.06 2:32   Printer-friendly
belg4mit writes "Against my better judgement I've decided there must be a calendar this year, and the first installment is online over there. The pretty graphics will come later. I suspect this one isn't as in depth as some would like, but let me know. Personally I always looked forward to just having things pointed out that've been lurking in the dark shadows of CPAN... or were as plain as the nose on your face and as easily overlooked."
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  • Bravo, well done, and thanks for doing this. I loved reading the Calendar each year, and was sad to hear that Mark Fowler wasn't doing it for 2005.

    Still, I can imagine the effort required to produce it, so a big thank-you to Mark for all the work on the previous calendars, and good luck to you Jerrad on this one!

    Until this time next year...

  • Yippee! Any chance of adding an RSS feed?
      -- Chris
    • Yeah, I saw that Mark had one but it just doesn't seem worth it for such a short-lived thing that has
      a semi-regular schedule for updates; daily, you just don't know when. I'm going to try to stick to
      updating it in the evenings because I can't really afford to keep slacking off at work to bring everyone
      else their fix ;-)
      --
      Were that I say, pancakes?
    • N1VUX was kind enough to implement an RSS feed [mit.edu] for you.
      --
      Were that I say, pancakes?
  • There's also a Catalyst advent calendar available here:

    http://catalyst.perl.org/calendar/ [perl.org]