Net::Twitter and Iranian Elections

Over the last few days I’ve seen a large number of tweets saying that the Perl module Net::Twitter is being used to post pro-government propaganda from Iran. If it’s true, this is almost certainly a reaction to the large number of people who are using Twitter to get around the Iranian government’s censorship. It’s disappointing,… Continue reading Net::Twitter and Iranian Elections

New CPAN Releases

I haven’t been particularly prolific in releasing new versions of my CPAN modules recently. But over the last couple of days I finally got my act together and release new versions of three modules. Array::Compare Number::Fraction Perlanet In all three cases, I’ve fixed pretty obscure bugs, added minor functionality or fixed the documenation. There’s nothing… Continue reading New CPAN Releases