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perlancar: Blogging with org2blog
This post you’re seeing is the first one posted using org2blog. Finally, I can blog from Emacs, yay! Frankly I’m not too fussy with my blog setup: any decent website will do as long as I can type text in, format stuffs, and the final page [...]
Aristotle Pagaltzis: The Coro situation
Since my recent participation at the QA Hackathon I have become aware that rather more people than I expected do not know the specifics of this situation. Fewer than I expected have heard of it at all, even, although there...
Dave Cross (perlhacks): Training in Cluj – The Poll

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned that I was planning to run a one-day training course the day before YAPC Europe in Cluj-Napoca this year. There have been a few discussions of my ideas in a various forums, so now it’s time for the next stage. Below [...]

Moritz Lenz: Automating Deployments: Stage 2: Uploading

Once you have the pipeline for building a package, it's time to distribute the freshly built package to the machines where it's going to be installed on.

I've previously explained the nuts and bolts of getting a Debian package into a repository manage [...]

leejo: Roaming With A Mondo Card

I spent last weekend editing a few photographs from a short trip to Bahrain, in between that i was working on a perl library for the Mondo API. The thread the connects these two things is something i’ve mentioned before1: credit/debit card fees.

I did [...]

Joel Berger (jberger): My Perl QA Hackathon 2016
While I have hung out on the fringes of the p5p and toolchain communities for a few years now, my largest “qualifying” contribution has been Alien::Base, which has largely been handed off to Graham Ollis (plicease). Therefore I was a...
Jonathan Worthington (jnthn): Refactoring and torture
This post covers the previous two weeks of my Perl 6 grant work. Last time I wrote here, I plotted changes to call frames in MoarVM. Or, as the wonderful Perl Weekly put it, provided way too much information about … Continue reading
miguel prz (niceperl): (lxxviii) 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 App::cpanminus::reporter 0.17 28 send cpanm output to CPAN Testers
2 DBI 1.636 196 Datab [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (ccx) metacpan weekly report - LeftPad
This is the weekly favourites list of CPAN distributions. Votes count: 93
Week's winner: LeftPad (+15)
Build date: 2016/04/29 19:33:21 GMT

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miguel prz (niceperl): (ccxxxv) stackoverflow perl report
These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: [question score / answers count]
Build date: 2016-04-29 19:30:42 GMT

  1. Why doesn't Perl v5.22 find all the sentence boundaries? - [13/1]
  2. Difference between printf, print [...]
Joel Berger (jberger): Reflections on Test2
In a future post I will recount the details of my delightful experience at the 2016 Perl QA Hackathon. Since this is my first post since that time I do want to tip my hat to the great sponsors of...
Andreas Koenig (andk): QA Hackathion in Rugby, Warwickshire, 2016
This year I discussed less and got more focussed on one thing, namely PAUSE, thanks to the kisses of the muse we got flooded with, that is Kenichi, Neil, Matt, Peter and me. Thanks to that, PAUSE is, I daresay,...
David Golden: Stand up and be counted: Annual MongoDB Developer Survey
If you use Perl and MongoDB, I need your help. Every year, we put out a survey to developers to find out what languages they use, what features they need, what problems they have, and so on. We have very few Perl responses. ☹️ Be an ally! Take the Mo [...]
Colin Newell: Perl QA Hackathon report (#perlqah2016)
Thank you to all the people who sponsored the Perl QAH hackathon and all those that provided their time. It was a very productive environment for a lot of projects. I worked on 2 primary things relating to PAUSE permissions. PAUSE (indexing) itself a [...]
Olaf Alders: MetaCPAN at the 2016 Perl QA Hackathon
We made some very good progress on MetaCPAN at this year's QA Hackathon in Rugby. The whole post can be found here....
Ricardo SIGNES (rjbs): I went to the Perl QA Hackathon in Rugby!

I've long said that the Perl QA Hackathon is my favorite professional event of the year. It's better than any conference, where there are some good talks and some bad talks, and some nice socializing. At the Perl QA Hackathon, stuff gets done. I usua [...]

Reini Urban (rurban): Overview of current maintainer fails
schmorp recently complained about a maintainer fail in Math::BigFloat, and since this is not an isolated incident of the last years, I try to give a summary of all the maintainer fails of important modules lately, as I happen to...
Leo Lapworth (ranguard): Perl QAH and MetaCPAN
This year was my first Perl Quality Assurance Hackathon, and even then I could only make 2 of the 4 days. I now wish I'd been to everyone ever, and for the full time! I've been working on the MetaCPAN...
Reini Urban (rurban): Storable security problems and overlarge data
Some people might be aware that we (not p5p) fixed Storable already for the most egregious security problems with Storable, with public CVE, explanation and metasploit module, but those bugs are still in Storable as on CPAN and in the...
Moritz Lenz: Automating Deployments: Building in the Pipeline

The first step of an automated deployment system is always the build. (For a software that doesn't need a build to be tested, the test might come first, but stay with me nonetheless).

At this point, I assume that there is already a build system in pla [...]

Thomas Klausner (domm): Announcing Alpine Perl Workshop 2016
This year, Austrian and Swiss Perl Monger groups join forces to host the first Alpine Perl Workshop, taking place at the Medical University of Innsbruck on 2nd and 3rd September 2016 (that's a week ...
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