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koschei (147)

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Um. Me. Iain Truskett. Can be found as either Spoon or Koschei around the place, and as Braxiatel in rare circumstances. Um. Cool. Ta.

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Journal of koschei (147)

Monday December 17, 2001
10:00 PM

Net::Starnet::DataAccounting

[ #1697 ]

Right. I've requested some namespace on CPAN for my first released module. Here's a copy of the request. It's not a module I envision many people finding useful, but I don't want the sole copies to be on my hard drive or the local network.

Other Halls around university and around other universities in Australia may find the module useful. Particularly since it comes with a bonus pre-written client.


------------------------------------------------------------------------
    modid: Net::Starnet::DataAccounting
    DSLIP: bdpOp
    description: Interface to the SDA protocol
    userid: SPOON (Iain Truskett)
    chapterid: 24 (Commercial_Software_Interfaces)
    communities:
        Mailing lists

    similar:

    rationale:

        It's under Net because it's a network-related protocol. It's not
        under further subdivision due to it being a protocol of its own
        rather than a layer on top of another (e.g. http).

        It's under Starnet in case of further Starnet related modules being
        developed and it's called DataAccounting since that's the name of
        the product it's interfacing with (or supplanting in the case of
        clients).

        The point of the module is to provide a purish Perl implementation
        of the protocol so that non-linux/mac/win client machines are able
        to connect to the SDA server.

    enteredby: SPOON (Iain Truskett)
    enteredon: Tue Dec 18 02:37:50 2001 GMT
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I suspect I won't get a response from anyone until after New Year's (since I'm going on a brief trip to visit the parents).

I really should update this journal more often.

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