Tag: cpan

  • Important SpamAssassin Update

    Do you run SpamAssassin to remove spam from your mailbox? Have you noticed a fall in the amount of mail you’ve received in the last couple of days? I mean all mail, not just spam. You might well be falling foul of this problem. The rules in the latest version of SpamAssassin available from CPAN…

  • Perlanet Improvements

    I can be a bit of a lazy open source author at times. I love it when someone improves my code and then just emails me patches. I love it even more now that I’m using Github so that people can just fork my code and send me pull requests. That happened over the weekend.…

  • Speaking in Milton Keynes

    Last Thursday I went to visit the nice people at Milton Keynes Perl Mongers. I think I’ve spoken at one of the technical meetings every year since they started holding them in 2006. I always enjoy speaking to MK.pm. They’re a small and friendly group. And they always make me feel really welcome. This time…

  • Perlanet Update

    Maybe it’s just me, but when I know that people are using my code it galvanises me into improving it. Following the discovery that people were actually using Perlanet, I’ve made quite a few releases over the last week or so. I thought people might be interested in what I’ve been doing. Release 0.30 was…

  • This Makes Me Happy

    I like it when my software is used to do interesting and useful stuff. Alex Kapranoff has built PlanetPerl.ru to aggregate blogs about Perl in Russian. He has used a patched version of my module Perlanet. I’ll be taking a close look at Alex’s patches to see what I should bring back into the CPAN…