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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'm feeling the same things about myself, these days. I have this burning desire to contribute to the community that's given so much to me, but I haven't, yet. And I feel terrible about it.

    I finally have a quest. A couple of them, even. The problem is that I have to learn so much before I can achieve them. I got stuck in this trap of "I want to do something worth doing, but I want to do it now".

    So, I've picked a project, and I'm staying with it. And if this one doesn't pan out, then I'll try an

  • Here are a few ideas for you that I would like to see but will likely never do myself:

    A Perl/Tk wrapper for Net::SSH::Perl of some kind.

    A Perl/Tk wrapper for use Perl, something that would let me select journal entries by user, date, keyword, or some combination of the three. Oh, and it would let me save entries to a file if I wanted.

    A Ruby port of Net::SSH::Perl, Spreadsheet::WriteExcel, and Spreadsheet::ParseExcel.

    Better SQL-to-XML support for the DBI/DBD module(s). Start with Oracle please :)