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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Incidentally... (Score:3, Informative)

    I released Mail::LocalDelivery the other day, a Mail::Audit spin-off and local delivery agent in pure Perl. It's not as fully featured as Mail::Box but does one job and, if I may say so, does it bloody well. (Thanks in part to Meng Wong's work on it.)
    • Not as fully featured? ;-) I think it is something entirely different.
      • The main problem is not that the current modules related to e-mail deliver too little functionality: there is plenty of it. IMHO, the problem is that it is fragmented into too many packages with different coding and documentation styles, and without general design. And all te time new weird fragments appear, in strange name-spaces.
        Simon, it would suit you to come to my introductory talk on YAPC::Europe. Maybe it is more useful to combine forces in stead of simply ignoring the other's work. Or have a lo
        • Simon, it would suit you to come to my introductory talk on YAPC::Europe.

          Sorry, but YAPC America is my last Perl conference.

          Maybe it is more useful to combine forces in stead of simply ignoring the other's work.

          Interesting that you're saying that to me and not to Mark. :) But yeah, NIH syndrome is a big problem with the Perl community, myself included. We're becoming too ego-dominated. :(

          • >> Maybe it is more useful to combine forces in stead of simply ignoring the other's work.
            > Interesting that you're saying that to me and not to Mark. :)
             
            Would be silly to talk to myself, don't you think?