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Dave Jacoby (/var/log/rant): Perl and cpanm on Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10: Who do I report this to?
I promised a longer post on Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10, explaining why I use it, when I don't and why I even use Windows 10, but that isn't today.

Today is me trying to figure out who to report a bug to, and how to effectively report it.

The system [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (xcv) CPAN great modules released last week
This is a list of great CPAN modules released last week. A module is considered great if its favorites count is greater or equal than 12.

# CPAN module Version Votes Abstract
1 DBD::mysql 4.036 38 A MySQL driver for the Perl5 Database Interface (DBI)
2 DBIx::Cla [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (ccxxvii) metacpan weekly report - Paws
This is the weekly favourites list of CPAN distributions. Votes count: 66
Week's winners (+4): Paws
Build date: 2016/08/27 07:57:18 GMT

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miguel prz (niceperl): (cclii) stackoverflow perl report
These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: [question score / answers count]
Build date: 2016-08-27 07:55:32 GMT

  1. How to connect to MySQL using UTF8 within a perl script? - [11/1]
  2. Why do 4 different languages give [...]
Doug Bell (preaction): Log::Any 1.042 Released
Since CPANTesters for Log-Any are all showing green for last week's trial release, I've pushed a new standard release of Log::Any 1.042 to CPAN....
Thomas Klausner (domm): Things I learned at the European Perl Conference 2016 in Cluj
My original plan to cycle to Cluj to attend The European Perl Conference aka YAPC::Europe was foiled by the Hungarian and Romanian railways, who make it next to impossible to take a bike on a train. ...
Paul Evans (LeoNerd): Perl Parser Plugins - part 2

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In the previous post we saw the introduction to how the perl parser engine can be extended, letting us hook a new function in that gets invoked whenever perl sees something that might be a keyword. The code in the previous p [...]

Dave Cross (perlhacks): DamianWare

Yesterday at YAPC Europe I gave a talk called “Error(s) Free Programming”. The slides are below, but it might make more sense once the video is online. Error(s) Free Programming from Dave Cross The talk is about Damian Conway’s module Lingua::EN::Inf [...]

Luca Ferrari (fluca1978): Perl Magazine: Cultured Perl
A news from perlsphere.net: CulturedPerl community collaborative blog has been launched!
The idea is really interesting: have a nice online magazine about Perl.
I'm not a Perl expert, at least not enough to be a writer/author for such pubblication, but [...]
Dave Cross (perlhacks): Cultured Perl

Back in about 2008, I set up a group blog called “Cultured Perl”. The idea was to have a blog that concentrated on the Perl community rather than the technical aspects that most Perl bloggers write about most of the time. It didn’t last very long tho [...]

Jeffrey Kelger: Parsing: an expanded timeline

The fourth century BCE: In India, Pannini creates a sophisticated description of the Sanskrit language, exact and complete, and including pronunciation. Sanskrit could be recreated using nothing but Pannini's grammar. Pannini's grammar is probably th [...]

Thomas Fahle: Net::Subnet - ein schneller IP-Adressen Subnet Matcher

Net::Subnet - Fast IP-in-subnet matcher for IPv4 and IPv6, CIDR or mask von Juerd Waalboer ist ein einfaches und schnelles Werkzeug, um fest zu stellen, ob sich eine bestimmte IP-Adresse in einem Subnetz befindet.

Die nachfolgend angeführten Beis [...]

Ricardo Signes (rjbs): solving the 24 game in Forth

About a month ago, Mark Jason Dominus posted a simple but difficult arithmetic puzzle, in which the solver had to use the basic four arithmetic operations to get from the numbers (6, 6, 5, 2) to 17. This reminded me of the 24 Game, which I played whe [...]

Jonathan Worthington (jnthn): Concurrency bug squishing: part 1
Most of my recent Perl 6 development time has been spent hunting down and fixing various concurrency bugs. We’ve got some nice language features in this area, and they’ve been pretty well received so far. However, compared with many areas … Continue [...]
Claudio Ramirez: Vim as a Perl 6 editor
If you’re a Vim user you probably use it for almost everything. Out of the box, Perl 6 support is rather limited. That’s why many people use editors like Atom for Perl 6 code. What if with a few plugins you could configure vim to be a gre [...]
Claudio Ramirez: Please test: first release of syntastic-perl6, a vim syntax checker
I think that Perl 6, as a fairly new language, needs good tooling not only to attract new programmers but also to make the job of Perl 6 programmers more enjoyable. If you’ve worked with an IDE before, you certainly agree that syntax checking i [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (xciv) CPAN great modules released last week
This is a list of great CPAN modules released last week. A module is considered great if its favorites count is greater or equal than 12.

# CPAN module Version Votes Abstract
1 CPAN::Meta 2.150010 19 the distribution metadata for a CPAN dist
2 Dancer2 0.202000 80 L [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (ccxxvi) metacpan weekly report - Sub::Install
This is the weekly favourites list of CPAN distributions. Votes count: 52
Week's winner (+2): Sub::Install
Build date: 2016/08/20 15:12:10 GMT

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miguel prz (niceperl): (ccli) stackoverflow perl report
These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: [question score / answers count]
Build date: 2016-08-20 15:10:51 GMT

  1. Is there a less clumsy alternative for copying up to &quot;n&quot; array elements? - [11/5]
  2. How can [...]
Dave Jacoby (/var/log/rant): On Not YET Contributing to an Open Source Project
Not the module in question. 

I had an idea, and the shortest path between here and a working implementation is through CPAN, so I found a module and tried to install it.

No go. Failed tests.

So I find the GitHub repo and make an issue.

That doesn't get me [...]
Doug Bell (preaction): New Log::Any Trial Release 1.041
I've just released a new Log::Any trial release. This release improves performance immensely when there are no log output adapters configured. This release also now returns the formatted log string from logging methods, allowing the log message to be [...]
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