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  • by wickline (135) on 2002.04.16 9:06 (#7071) Journal
    Presentations I'd like to see, in order from most-prefered down. Note that I'll likely attend the lightening talks regardless, but I placed the LT at the end because if some other too cool talk conflicted, I doubt that any single lightening talk would convince me to miss the other too cool talk. I'm interested in Mail::Miner more than anything else on the list by about an order of magnitude (according to my recently-calibrated interestometer ;) The others I'd love to see on the schedule, because I know I'm interested. Whether I attended would likely depend on what they run up against. I'd probably see Mail::Miner no matter what (well, unless you ended up scheduled against LW or DC).

        Mail::Miner - Finding stuff in that mass of mail
        Mail::Audit - An introduction
        Perl For Systems Administrators - 3 hour tutorial
        10 Modules - I wouldn't go anywhere without
        How To Write Bad Perl
        Perl 6 for Cats (5 min lightning talk.)

    The following I'd read if they were articles, agains listed in order from most-prefered on down... - Speeding up Perl the hard way
        Using and Customizing RT - 1.5 hour
        Parroting On - Lessons from the coal face
        Unicode and Perl - 3 hr. rerun from TPC5
        Perl 5 Internals - 3 hr. rerun from TPC5

    The following I probably wouldn't read even as articles, unless I was procrastinating :) Nothing personal, they just don't fit my interests/needs at the moment...

        Bacman - A Distributed Backup System
        The .NET You Need To Know