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Daily archive for Monday, 20 February 2012

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Emmanuel Rodriguez (potyl): Using WebKit to generate PDF slides
Today we can find a lot of presentations written in HTML or any other variant (XHTML, HTML5, etc) using JavaScript frameworks such as s5 or deck.js. These frameworks allow the creator to do advanced presentations with simple HTML. This has...
chromatic: Upgrading User Password Hashes in Place
If you allow users to log in to your system, you need to hash their passwords with a cryptographically secure mechanism. That means not MD5 or basic Unix crypt(3) (though credit goes to OpenBSD for allowing the use of Blowfish...
Martin Evans (MJEVANS): New 1.34_5 release of Perl DBD::ODBC

My intention is to release this as 1.35 in the next week so if you find any issues please let me know soon.

=head2 Changes in DBD::ODBC 1.34_5 February 17 2012

[BUG FIXES]

* The 40UnicodeRoundTrip tests counts could be 1 off in some cases.

* Fix for t/03 [...]

Brad Lhotsky (reyjrar): From cfEngine to Puppet, a retrospective
For several years I've managed to bend [cfEngine][1] 2.0's architecture to my will. Being an experienced Perl programmer, I was able to abuse the configuration language snytax in order to accomplish a number of strange things including [Copy Back][2 [...]
Pradeep Pant: Delhi.pm Perl Monger user group: Need suggestions
Hello We have a Delhi.pm Perl Monger Group in New Delhi, India. The group is almost inactive for some years (except monthly mail of mailing list membership detail). I am trying to revive Delhi.pm and need suggestions from community. I have already [...]
Pradeep Pant: Delhi.pm Perl Monger user group: Need suggestions
Hello We have a Delhi.pm Perl Monger Group in New Delhi, India. The group is almost inactive for some years (except monthly mail of mailing list membership detail). I am trying to revive Delhi.pm and need suggestions from community. I have already cr [...]
Pradeep Pant: Delhi.pm Perl Monger user group: Need suggestions
Hello We have a Delhi.pm Perl Monger Group in New Delhi, India. The group is almost inactive for some years (except monthly mail of mailing list membership detail). I am trying to revive Delhi.pm and need suggestions from community. I have already cr [...]
Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojolicious hack of the day: More AnyEvent, oh my

Ever since we added AnyEvent support to Mojolicious through EV, it has been a very popular feature. But so far it required Mojolicious to be in control of the event loop, which limited its usefulness quite a bit. That has changed now, both our web [...]

JT Smith: Posted I’m quite pleased to announce that Shadowcat Systems has... to JT Smith
I’m quite pleased to announce that Shadowcat Systems has decided to sponsor YAPC::NA 2012! Shadowcat Systems is a developer, sponsor of, and contributor to open source software projects including Catalyst, Moose, Moo, Tak, Devel::Declare and DBIx::Cl [...]
YAPC::NA: I’m quite pleased to announce that Shadowcat Systems has...


I’m quite pleased to announce that Shadowcat Systems has decided to sponsor YAPC::NA 2012!

Shadowcat Systems is a developer, sponsor of, and contributor to open source software projects including Catalyst, Moose, Moo, Tak, Devel::Declare and DBIx::Cla [...]

Yanick Champoux (yanick): Embedding Perl in SQLite

As you may remember, recently I took the fancy to implement a TAP emitter in SQLite. SQLite's extension framework makes the task fairly easy, but working in C for the first time in, oh God..., let's just say a long time made me realize how rusty my l [...]

Yanick Champoux (yanick): Embedding Perl in SQLite

As you may remember, recently I took the fancy to implement a TAP emitter in SQLite. SQLite's extension framework makes the task fairly easy, but working in C for the first time in, oh God..., let's just say a long time made me realize how rusty my l [...]

Yanick Champoux (yanick): Embedding Perl in SQLite

As you may remember, recently I took the fancy to implement a TAP emitter in SQLite. SQLite's extension framework makes the task fairly easy, but working in C for the first time in, oh God..., let's just say a long time made me realize how rusty my l [...]

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