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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Maybe this should be reworked to genericize it to work for all Slash, sites, like Slashdot, for example and submit this to the attention of the Slashdot editors.

    I know a lot of people there would appreciate it, as well.

    • Hmmm... Reading this more carefully, it appears that this SOAP access may be a 'local' mod to Slash supported by pudge.

      Well, if that's the case, then maybe we should just use the heck out of this, show it off, and encourage the Slashdot editors to get in sync with pudge's good work.

      • Well, I *am* a Slashdot editor. :-)

        SOAP is not ready to be used on a site such as Slashdot. When we have more time to button it down and do more to prevent abuse, then we'll see.
        • Meanwhile I think someone who is interested could turn WWW::UsePerl::Journal into a general Slash client module.

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          J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
          • by russell (1413) on 2002.10.28 6:03 (#14290) Homepage Journal
            I've been meaning to do this, but haven't had the necessary tuits. Patches welcome. I've also been meaning to move to the SOAP interface, so that the module doesn't break every time the HTML changes. When I digest this article, I think I'll try out SOAP.