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The Perl Review Goes to Print

posted by ziggy on 2004.07.21 23:14   Printer-friendly
brian_d_foy writes "The first print issue of The Perl Review is coming off the presses now. I'll be sending it out to subscribers as soon as I can, and I will have a bunch at OSCON too. Articles in this issue:
  • Test Driven Development -- David Kosykh
  • Extending XML::XPath -- Michel Rodriguez
  • Magick Tile Puzzles -- Grant McLean
and some other things..."
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  • I know it has problems, but that two-click paypal payment process is sweet. No time for buyers remorse :-)
  • The best $12 I ever spent.
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  • Hi, guys. I must have missed a posting quite some time ago regarding a change to The Perl Review. I did read about brian's hiatus due to his deployment to Iraq. I think it is cool that they are going to be printing actual hard-copy issues. Some questions:
    1. Is this only for new issues, or will old issues also be issued in print?
    2. Will new issues be made available in an online format of some form (PDF, HTML, etc)? This is important for searching, cut/paste, reference, etc.
    3. If new issues will be made avail
    Mike Arms - my Perl website []
    • Understanding that I don't know everything yet, and that I'm doing this is my spare time mostly by myself, here are some answers.

      1. New issues will be in print. Old issues might be in print, and I even thought of having the first print issue be an old issue, but the content is all new. I'd like to do old issues in print, but I need to get some money to do that, and then fix up the page-count to end up with a multiple of four. I haven't made any definite plans for that, but if enough people are intereste