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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • hmm... (Score:2, Informative)

    Do you know what is weird about this post?

    At our October 27th Perl Monger meeting, we decided to add what we've dubbed the Monthly Module. A Monthly Module section is being added to the website and at each Perl Monger meeting we will have a 5-10 talk on said module.

    Great minds think alike, eh? :)

    So, should we proceed with our local version of this idea and just submit a link to the Monthly Module articles there are exceptionally written? Or should we just post the Monthly Modules to http://use.perl.org [perl.org]
    • Please post them here. use Perl; could really use some more content.
    • Actually, the Algorithm Alley column name is already used in Dr. Dobb's Journal. I knew it sounded familiar when it was suggested at the meeting. I was just reading the latest DDJ and flipped to Algorithm Alley. Rats!
    • Sure, submit them to use Perl; :) We don't require exclusive rights to material.

  • I've written several articles on particular CPAN modules that others might find interesting:

    [ibm.com]
    AppConfig

    [ibm.com]
    Parse::RecDescent

    The Persistent classes [ibm.com]

    And I rely heavily on modules in other articles I've written for IBM DeveloperWorks. I can allow most of them (depending on the IBM publishing date because of the contract; the three above are OK) to be republished for free, if anyone is interested.

    Ted