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masak (6289)

masak
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Been programming Perl since 2001. Found Perl 6 somewhere around 2004, and fell in love. Now developing November (a Perl 6 wiki), Druid (a Perl 6 board game), pls (a Perl 6 project installer), GGE (a regex engine), and Yapsi (a Perl 6 implementation). Heavy user of and irregular committer to Rakudo.

Journal of masak (6289)

Journal Entry Date
The Pugs repository is dead; long live Mu! 2010.09.06 1:30
Yapsi 2010.09 Released! 2010.09.01 17:31
Idiomatic Perl 6 2010.08.26 19:22
Where in the world is the package lexpad? 2010.08.22 16:39
Weeks 8..12 of GSoC work on Buf -- not packing it in yet 2010.08.13 17:35
There's just no way to keep up with all you people 2010.08.10 15:22
Perl 6 and Perl 5 are different languages 2010.08.04 18:10
Yapsi 2010.08 Released! 2010.08.01 18:50
6 built-ins in Perl 6 that you never knew you needed 2010.07.22 20:24
Happy 10th anniversary, Perl 6 2010.07.18 14:34
Phasers are a blast: FIRST and LAST 2010.07.15 11:13
Iterating your way to happiness with Perl 6 2010.07.11 16:55
Weeks 6 and 7 of GSoC work on Buf -- roundtrip 2010.07.09 18:25
Dreaming in mixins 2010.07.03 20:28
Speaking hypothetically in Perl 6 2010.07.02 14:25
Yapsi 2010.07 Released! 2010.07.01 16:48
Weeks 4 and 5 of GSoC work on Buf -- chrono-flies 2010.06.28 16:27
Announce: Rakudo Perl 6 development release #30 ("Kiev") 2010.06.17 18:46
It isn't quite TDD, but I like it 2010.06.17 8:04
Week 3 of GSoC work on Buf -- talk like a Parrot day 2010.06.13 17:59
This Week's Contribution to Perl 6 Week 6 2010.06.07 17:03
Week 2 of GSoC work on Buf -- the power of Swedish beer 2010.06.05 8:03
Yapsi 2010.06 Released! 2010.06.01 16:45
GGE now runs fine on Rakudo master 2010.05.31 10:44
Week 1 of GSoC work on Buf -- not a chocolate cake recipe 2010.05.28 9:29
The trip to Moscow and the DevConf talk (iambic pentameter) 2010.05.21 9:24
The tests Rakudo doesn't run 2010.05.09 10:03
Perl 6: the Frankenstein's monster of operators 2010.05.02 9:09
Yapsi 2010.05 Released! 2010.05.01 16:47
GSoC, contextuals, and intolerance (three posts in one) 2010.04.29 10:01
I can haz constant? 2010.04.22 8:31
Levels 2010.04.14 9:04
It's about time 2010.04.09 2:49
Yapsi 2010.04 Released! 2010.04.01 16:53
Step 1 on the road to recovery: admitting you have a problem 2010.03.29 11:37
Pushups, repetition, and newbies 2010.03.21 17:52
Plain old assignment, and freaky binding 2010.03.15 17:47
The ghost of Algol 68 2010.03.08 17:01
I'm a snowplow 2010.03.02 6:15
E03, the modern, pragmatic, honest version, with corners cut 2010.02.19 18:30
Ok, so the ante is upped: E03 2010.02.15 8:40
The typo trap: a farcical FAQ 2010.02.08 7:54
Blast from the past: E02 2010.02.04 9:47
Mildew, Sprixel, Vill: In praise of the alternatives 2010.01.29 8:54
Code generation and stone soup 2010.01.22 11:41
The taming of the newbie - a comedy on IRC 2010.01.19 4:26
Ovid is right: roles are awesome 2010.01.16 12:38
Adding 'goto' to your Perl 6 program 2010.01.08 11:22
Highlights of Perl 6 spec changes of 2009 2010.01.01 16:31
Notation, and the 'business case' for Perl 6 2009.12.27 13:39
The wish, the tuning fork, and the one true heir 2009.12.18 12:33
Some module names don't deserve to be short 2009.12.11 11:29
November in the rearview mirror 2009.12.04 20:37
November 30 2009 -- gobsmacked but still in the loop 2009.11.30 17:55
November 29 2009 -- drowning in workarounds 2009.11.29 17:59
November 28 2009 -- do you want enfranchisement with that? 2009.11.28 9:56
November 27 2009 -- straight towards the surface 2009.11.27 17:58
November 26 2009 -- all is fair if you're rewriting Time 2009.11.26 16:22
November 25 2009 -- you guys can be on our team 2009.11.25 17:55
Upcoming: the 7 wonders of the ancient Perl 6 grammar engine 2009.11.25 10:06
November 24 2009 -- a sort of leap of faith 2009.11.24 17:58
November 23 2009 -- of China(s) and cheese 2009.11.23 8:24
November 22 2009 -- think globally, act globally 2009.11.22 17:20
What you can do with GGE::OPTable that you couldn't without 2009.11.22 9:31
November 21 2009 -- you mean the media distort the truth? 2009.11.21 15:26
November 20 2009 -- big battles, small commits 2009.11.20 10:58
November 19 2009 -- a feeling of power, a feeling of release 2009.11.20 5:27
Rakudo Perl 6 development release #23 ("Lisbon") 2009.11.19 13:42
November 18 2009 -- the history mystery 2009.11.18 17:55
November 17 2009 -- the force is strong with this one 2009.11.17 18:02
How Perl 6 could kill us all! 2009.11.17 17:26
November 16 2009 -- digging into some real paperwork 2009.11.16 17:42
November 15 2009 -- money gets inflated, time gets deflated 2009.11.15 17:40
November 14 2009 -- it's a slightly smaller step for a man 2009.11.14 14:41
November 13 2009 -- crying wolf and slinging mud 2009.11.13 17:59
November 12 2009 -- some serious history awareness 2009.11.12 17:36
November 11 2009 -- nobody said it was going to be easy 2009.11.11 17:34
November 10 2009 -- think of the children! 2009.11.10 17:59
November 9 2009 -- stuff comes tumbling down, yay! 2009.11.09 12:13
November 8 2009 -- people may call you a troll, but... 2009.11.08 14:39
Week 19 of Web.pm -- building a tutorial 2009.11.08 13:30
The "Perl 6 is not Perl" meme 2009.11.08 11:11
November 7 2009 -- hasten the process of de-branchification 2009.11.07 14:45
November 6 2009 -- wait, that's not gold... 2009.11.06 17:53
November 5 2009 -- hanging in there 2009.11.05 17:54
November 4 2009 -- no log in for you! 2009.11.04 18:01
November 3 2009 -- doing it with style and sophistication 2009.11.03 18:01
November 2 2009 -- fighting servers and giant squids 2009.11.02 17:53
November 1 2009 -- a somewhat shaky start 2009.11.01 17:08
Here we go again; another full month of November 2009.11.01 8:14
I'm in for an interesting month 2009.10.29 11:15
Week 18 of Web.pm -- the rubber meets the road 2009.10.24 3:42
The joy of breaking stuff 2009.10.21 4:39
Week 17 of Web.pm -- putting Druid on the Web 2009.10.12 11:00
Laziness for the impatient 2009.10.11 10:35
Some thoughts on tote 2009.10.05 17:33
The dot is the cutest sigil 2009.10.04 5:47
Week 16 of Web.pm -- more Squerl work 2009.09.28 8:25
Week 15 of Web.pm -- another, better persistence module 2009.09.21 4:56
Helpfully addictive: TDD on crack 2009.09.17 8:08
The April List: things I think ought to work in Rakudo Star 2009.09.08 4:56
Cheese speleology 2009.09.05 9:14
An introduction to maze-making (in Literate Perl 6) 2009.09.01 16:55
Week 14 of Web.pm -- a persistence module 2009.08.23 17:39
The Cult of Done 2009.08.18 10:56
Week 13 of Web.pm -- abstracting away the webserver, live! 2009.08.16 12:32
Perl 6 is my MMORPG 2009.08.11 9:41
Week 12 of Web.pm -- a spec and smartlinks 2009.08.02 14:32
Some Perlmonks password statistics 2009.07.29 14:00
Week 11 of Web.pm -- Hitomi does templating 2009.07.25 17:21
Three things in Perl 6 that aren't so great 2009.07.22 16:22
Why I like having Tene on the team 2009.07.21 16:46
The reverse boiling frog effect 2009.07.20 7:29
Reading up on MVC, part 2: Catalyst 2009.07.10 11:00
The Genetic Code one-liner in Perl 6 2009.07.06 11:16
Str and Buf -- I think I get it now 2009.07.06 9:06
Week 10 of Web.pm -- Genshi, Grampa and some docs 2009.07.03 16:19
Reading up on MVC, part 1: Ruby on Rails 2009.06.26 15:11
Asking #perl about Modern Perl 2009.06.21 10:38
3D, baby! 2009.06.19 16:20
Week 9 of Web.pm -- encodings, and a deep dive into Genshi 2009.06.17 6:50
No update today 2009.06.16 17:43
How can we scale kindness? 2009.06.07 12:31
Week 8 of Web.pm -- some Druid and Hitomi fiddling 2009.06.01 16:54
How Perl 6 just sells itself 2009.05.24 13:07
Barefoot 2009.05.17 16:36
Week 7 of Web.pm -- blogs, Hitomi and server agnosticism 2009.05.13 16:38
Writing a Perl 6 blogging app in 90 minutes 2009.05.09 17:36
Comments broken on perlfoundation [UPDATED] 2009.05.07 10:42
'Et tu, bruteforce?' 2009.05.04 17:25
Week 6 of Web.pm -- Hitomi draft, November work 2009.05.04 5:39
The totally undeserved fame and success of proto 2009.04.26 12:53
Week 5 of Web.pm -- more tinkering everywhere 2009.04.25 16:30
NPW 2009 without the verbs 2009.04.19 12:58
Week 4 of Web.pm -- Web apps, the first hesitant steps 2009.04.12 14:16
Week 3 of Web.pm -- Creating a minimal Web framework, cont'd 2009.03.24 12:35
Week 2 of Web.pm -- Creating a minimal Web framework 2009.03.16 11:40
A code review of Pod::Parser, written by mberends 2009.03.14 18:51
Code reviews -- a manifesto 2009.03.14 15:49
Week 1 of Web.pm -- Specifying a framework basics 2009.03.09 5:00
Throwing confetti 2009.03.06 3:11
November won a prize 2009.03.06 2:36
Attitude 2009.02.08 13:18
Three bugs that bug me right now 2009.01.27 16:06
Pretending that Envy is one of the Perl virtues 2009.01.13 15:55
A farewell to ideas 2009.01.08 4:14
A Perl one-liner grows up 2009.01.03 8:12
Scripters, now is the time! 2008.12.30 5:22
The care and feeding of S29 2008.12.27 14:55
This is your chance to write Perl 6 code! Yes, you! 2008.12.23 2:06
Fun with code blocks in Perl 6 2008.12.20 13:34
That was the month that was 2008.12.05 16:53
November 30, 2008 -- improvements 2008.11.30 18:28
November 29, 2008 -- "I will call it 'the graphophone'!" 2008.11.29 17:25
November 28, 2008 -- "...take thee, Annam Whatley..." 2008.11.28 17:52
November 27, 2008 -- it's just a fleshwound 2008.11.27 17:55
November 26, 2008 -- we come in peace! bzzz... 2008.11.26 17:37
November 25, 2008 -- the lexbug of death is dead 2008.11.25 16:01
November 24, 2008 -- evolving things 2008.11.24 17:55
November 23, 2008 -- the rite to write 2008.11.23 17:03
November 22, 2008 -- there's more than one way to write it 2008.11.22 17:58
November 21, 2008 -- a torrent of things 2008.11.21 17:44
November 20, 2008 -- fifty thousand orbits around the Earth 2008.11.20 17:58
November 19, 2008 -- things to keep in mind 2008.11.19 17:13
November 18, 2008 -- of mice and babies 2008.11.18 15:40
November 17, 2008 -- it's a small step for a robotic dog... 2008.11.17 17:48
November 16, 2008 -- the right man for the job 2008.11.16 17:51
November 15, 2008 -- a pact 2008.11.15 10:24
November 14, 2008 -- pioneers 2008.11.14 7:53
November 13, 2008 -- the storm after the storm 2008.11.13 17:50
November 12, 2008 -- blowing stuff up 2008.11.12 17:29
November 11, 2008 -- the calm after the storm 2008.11.11 11:59
November 10, 2008 -- sleep deprivation, I presume? 2008.11.10 12:06
November 9, 2008 -- developing code is like baking bread 2008.11.09 16:24
November 8, 2008 -- the joys of discovery 2008.11.08 17:30
November 7, 2008 -- just walk into the building 2008.11.07 17:04
November 6, 2008 -- making waves 2008.11.06 17:57
November 5, 2008 -- remember, remember 2008.11.05 16:56
November 4, 2008 -- "bug wrangler" 2008.11.04 16:23
November 3, 2008 -- today is Skin Monday! 2008.11.03 17:54
November 2, 2008 -- one step forward, two steps back 2008.11.02 17:21
November 1 2008 -- the .end is here 2008.11.01 12:42
A full month of November 2008.10.31 17:57
Nonlinear development history 2008.10.23 11:13
I'll call you back 2008.09.24 13:33
Comments 2008.09.03 13:51
Lovely patchers 2008.09.03 12:44
Rakudo: good, cool, awesome, bad, ugly, weird 2008.08.29 6:36
November meets the Web 2008.08.24 10:37
Announcing November, a wiki in Perl 6 2008.08.17 6:39