2015.02.20 in #187
Removing AUTOLOAD from CGI.pm
Lee describes a change that he's made to CGI which simplifies the code and will mean CGI now gets correct test coverage results. It's currently a developer release, so please test it if you use CGI.
2015.09.07 in #215
YAPC::EU, from the eyes of a first-time attendee.
2016.02.22 in #241
All Software is Legacy
A great article from the current maintainer of the CGI module, where he takes us through history of CGI, and uses it to illustrate some points about the definition of legacy.
2016.08.10 in #264
Migrating from Mojolicious::Plugin::Swagger2 to OpenAPI
2016.08.16 in #265
A recap for CPAN day
Lee Johnson recaps his CPAN journey on CPAN day
2017.01.30 in #289
Emulating Just About Any RESTful JSON API
2017.05.13 in #303
The Perl Toolchain Summit 2017 + Perl Events Instagram Feed
2017.06.19 in #309
Les Journées Perl / French Perl Workshop 2017
2017.12.17 in #334
TPC and The End of Language Dominance
2018.07.04 in #363
Five Years of The Swiss Perl Workshop
A summary of the last five years of workshops, in anticipation of this year's event.
2018.09.15 in #373
The Slow Meditation of Large Format Photography
2019.02.21 in #396
Swiss Perl Workshop 2019 - One Week Left To Choose The Dates
That's right, there is one week left on our poll to choose the dates for this year's Swiss Perl Workshop. If you're a regular to the workshop, or you are thinking about attending for the first time, then make your choice known.
2019.12.13 in #438
Some blogs.perl.org 10 Year Stats.
Lee done detailed analysis about the level of traffic on blogs.perl.org. He came up with astonish data.
2020.12 in #493
A static archive or rt.cpan.org
You read the news that rt.cpan.org is going to be shut down, right?, Lee Johnson created a static archive of it.
2021.07.29 in #523
Are you using Cache::Memcached and its ->stats method?
A module that is probably used by some large projects, but not maintained any more. Without a link to its public VCS, if it even has a public VCS. Probably the best approach would be to reach out to the original author and the author of the most recent release via their email or social network profiles.
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