2015.04.07 in #194
Looking for HTML::FormFu patches and contributions
Dean took over the maintainership of HTML::FormFu. You or your team wish to see some new features or bug fixes worked on? Poke him.
2015.07.06 in #206
Sydney PM July 2015
Thursday, 21st July 2015 at 18:00
2015.07.22 in #209
Getting modern with logging via Log4perl
Dean gave a talk to Sydney.PM about Log::Log4perl.
2015.08.13 in #212
Seeking helpers for Net::DHCP
Dean has fired a distress flare. Will any ship nearby answer its call?
2015.08.19 in #213
Getting big without getting fat, in perl
How to grow an ad-hoc script turned into enterprise software without creating a monster? Use the 4 elements of the programmers culture: Config, Logging, Testing, Plugins.
2016.03.24 in #244
A helper managing your PM social media
A few shared tips and tricks for managing the social media presence of a Perl Monger group (or, indeed, any other meet-up group).
2016.11.17 in #278
Perl and Elasticsearch from Sydney PM
2017.06.16 in #308
New Sydney PM website and URL
Sydney.PM has a new website, at a new address, and it looks really great!
2018.09.24 in #374
Sydney Perl Tomorrow! (2018-09-25)
Please join for September meeting of Sydney Perl Mongers.
2018.11.12 in #382
In this blog, Dean, raised very valid and genuine questions how to measure Perl's growth and various ways to promote Perl.
2018.11.22 in #383
DBD::Oracle 1.76 released
2018.12.04 in #385
Thanks for Imager::File::WEBP
Such a rare event. Wonderful!
2018.12.22 in #387
Skeleton Week: Perl plugin for collectd
2018.12.24 in #388
Skeleton Week: Nopaste with mojopaste
In this blog, Dean shows us how Nopaste can be integrated with Mojopaste.
2018.12.27 in #388
Skeleton Week: perl based status page
The nice folk at Fastmail have published their status webpage application "towncrier" as foss on github.
2019.04.03 in #402
Thruk 2.28 released
Dean shares his as user about Thruk.
2019.04.12 in #403
LemonLDAP::NG 2.0.3 released!
2019.05.02 in #406
Monitorix 3.11.0 released
Dean talks about Monitorix, which is FOSS lightweight system monitoring designed to monitor as many services and system resources as possible.
2019.05.10 in #407
Reddit: After 2020, European Perl conferences are over
While the title is admitedly a clickbait, in reality I am afraid it is also true. But prove me wrong.
2019.05.12 in #407
MTA-STA for Exim, thanks to Perl
MTA-STS (RFC8461) is a new standard that makes it possible to send downgrade-resistant email over SMTP. In that sense, it is like an alternative to DANE. It does this by piggybacking on the browser Certificate Authority model.
2019.06.11 in #412
Simple Event Correlator v2.8.2
SEC is a lightweight and platform-independent event correlator which runs as a single process. The user can start it as a daemon, employ it in shell pipelines, execute it interactively in a terminal, run many SEC processes simultaneously for different tasks, and use it in a wide variety of other ways.
2019.06.29 in #414
diff-so-fancy strives to make your diffs human readable instead of machine readable. This helps improve code quality and helps you spot defects faster.
2019.07.06 in #415
This is the post that alerted me to the one before.
2019.07.15 in #417
BackupPC 4.3.1 release
BackupPC is a high-performance, enterprise-grade system for backing up Linux, WinXX, and MacOS PCs and laptops to a server's disk. BackupPC is highly configurable and easy to install and maintain.
2019.07.18 in #417
Perl jam @Booking.com ML center
Perl event in Tel Aviv
2019.07.26 in #418
It's time to consider avoiding IP fragmentation in the DNS
Do you manage DNS? Then this is for you.
2019.08.07 in #420
Driving in Perl
Redhat just posted a podcast entitled "Diving for Perl" and also (strangely) "Driving in Perl" on some pages.
2019.08.27 in #423
The MongoDB Perl Driver is being deprecated
Anyone wants to volunteer to maintain the MongoDB Perl driver?
2019.08.28 in #423
Shorewall 22.214.171.124 Released
Shorewall is a gateway/firewall configuration tool for GNU/Linux.
2019.10.17 in #430
Change offers amazing opportunites
The Camelia mascot of the language now known as Raku is a brightly coloured metaphor for the transition from Perl 6 to it's new identity.
2019.10.28 in #431
Raku gets its very own subreddit
2019.11.07 in #433
Tabs or spaces for indentation? Statistics on 3.8 million Perl files created in 24 years
A popularity analysis
2019.11.14 in #434
Convos - A multiuser chat application
Dean shared about Convos, which is the simples way to use IRC.
2019.11.16 in #434
LedgerSMB 1.7.3 released
Dean, introduced the LedgerSMB project which aims to prevent small and mid-size businesses from getting locked-in by their accounting software vendor by providing free and open source accounting software, integrating invoicing, order processing, quotations and more (ERP). It's all Perl!
2019.12.12 in #438
Apache SpamAssassin 3.4.3 has been released!
Dean announced the latest release of Apache SpamAssassin.
2019.12.23 in #440
Sympa 6.2.50 released
Dean announced the latest release of Sympa.
2020.01.17 in #443
Shorewall 126.96.36.199 Released!
2020.02.26 in #449
Monitorix 3.12.0 released
Monitorix is lightweight system designed to monitor as many services and system resources as possible.
2020.05.01 in #458
New release of RT::Client::REST
Dean shared the details of latest release of RT::Client::REST v0.57.
2020.05.26 in #462
Late May Software Releases
Dean shared details of latest releases of LANraragi v.0.7.0, ZEVENET Community Edition v5.11.1, LedgerSMB 1.7.14 and Sympa 6.2.56.
2020.05.31 in #462
Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2020
Dean shared interesting data from the recent Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2020.
2020.06.27 in #466
Please not yet-another-oo-system, let's support frameworks
Dean shared his view on OO system in Perl.
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