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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • While I accept that there are many problems with the UK's rail system that a lick of paint (one of the few good things to come out of privatisation) can't fix, the system is in dire need of a few billion quid...

    Yesterday my other half checked with the dynamic live train running system to check if her train was on time, the system interestingly had the train running on time, except that the details page showed that it had arrived on time at stations in the future. When she got to the station, it was of cou

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  • They even have Dublin Core metadata! I have to admit, I'm impressed, which is really rare when it comes to travel-related websites.
  • Just wondering... (Score:3, Insightful)

    by malte (1708) on 2003.12.02 10:59 (#26242) Homepage Journal
    Just wondering, are you interested in hearing about websites using TT? Do you have an estimate about how many sites are using the toolkit?
    • I really have no idea how many people are using TT, but it might make an interesting section of the TT web site.

      I think I'll suggest it on the TT mailing list.
      • We do this for MasonHQ.com, and it's useful for me as a consultant to be able to point to a list that includes Amazon, Salon, & AvantGo. If there's people trying to push TT2 as an "acceptable" technology, a list of users is a good thing.
        • people trying to push TT2 as an "acceptable" technology, a list of users is a good thing.

          • just as important as trying to raise the profile of TT2 is the demonstration of what it can do. more importantly how.

          it wasn't until I downloaded stas bekmans (stason.org [stason.org] and perl.apache.org - both tt powered) docset [cpan.org] until I realised TT powered the site [cpan.org]. Looking at the code allowed me to see how the to build a html->pdf, html->print site.

          there is great power in the demonstration of working sites ... especi

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