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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • This sounds like those exploits to get around the images that contain the magic word that websites want you to type in, so I blogged the story over at O'Reilly [oreillynet.com].
    • I don't think buu crossed any terrible lines, like some people are accusing him of doing. That aside, I'm curious what exactly you meant in your O'Reilly post when you wrote: A poster calling himself only "BUU" I'm curious why it matters what his perlmonks nickname is. I call myself only "japhy"; what's the big deal? It sounds like you're trying to create a sinister atmosphere.
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      Jeff japhy Pinyan
      Perl, regex, and perl hacker
      • I believe the operative word there is only. We all know who "japhy" there is. It's you. We've met you. You make no secret of your alias. But BUU is only BUU... an anonymous poster.
        --
        • Randal L. Schwartz
        • Stonehenge
      • I only say that because I have no other way to identify him. You should notice that I also try to attribute quotes and code to real names in my other blogs. I tend to that here either too, if I know who people are or can find out their name.

        I don't mind the use of handles or nicknames, but I think people should own up to who they are. I certainly put my real name with my posts.