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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Does the school get free or flat rate DSL? I sure hope so. The rest of us are currently paying 20c/MB for all traffic over the ridiculously low usage cap (1GB/month on my plan) - such are the joys of a monopoly supplier in a deregulated market. I hope your voice chatting doesn't end up costing the school a fortune.
    • The school pays 5c/MB over their limit. So a gig of traffic will cost the school (and eventually O'Reilly) $50. He's watching the router pretty closely to figure out what I'm doing.

      I'm horrified by the pricing system here. It's incredibly painful to try and get high speed access at my house. No wonder there are so few NZ open source hackers.

      I also wonder how Mac and Windows users fare, with network-downloadable updates. Who the hell wants to pay for the traffic of downloading all those updates fro