Phoenix.pm: Perl Position Open
BrownM at fhu.disa.mil
Tue Mar 7 16:39:34 CST 2000
Suggestions from me on what topic we could discuss online??? tehehehehe
I'm having a very difficult time keeping focused today ....
I would have to say: "Perl: How-to"
Just teasing. :-)
I would like to see some talk about secure coding. What I'm dealing with
now is security on the web. Stripping out the malicious characters or words
that can be input through forms/comments. Maybe some talk from people who
work with CGI when it uses perl.
And, if anyone has experienced making changes to the excite or lyris perl
scripts, that's something I'm trying to dig through right now.
Remember... I'm a newbid.
But I promise to learn quick.
(teacher's pet, teacher's pet!)
From: Pablo Velasquez [mailto:pablo at zunigatech.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2000 1:41 PM
To: phoenix-pm-list at happyfunball.pm.org
Subject: RE: Phoenix.pm: Perl Position Open
I'm not sure about what topics to go over online. Suggestions?
At 10:35 AM 3/7/00 -0700, you wrote:
>Do we know what the topic(s) of discussion will be yet???
>Or, will it be free association???
>From: Bryan Lane [mailto:Bryan.Lane at VITALPS.COM]
>Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2000 9:55 AM
>To: 'phoenix-pm-list at happyfunball.pm.org'
>Subject: RE: Phoenix.pm: Perl Position Open
>It sounds like a good plan for those that can't come. I don't know
>if the technical end would be possible in the meeting room, however.
>From: Pablo Velasquez [mailto:pablo at zunigatech.com]
>Sent: Monday, March 06, 2000 6:25 PM
>To: phoenix-pm-list at happyfunball.pm.org
>Cc: BrownM at fhu.disa.mil
>Subject: Re: Phoenix.pm: Perl Position Open
>I was wondering if anyone would be interested in having an "online" Perl
>meeting, for all of us that have found it difficult to attend the in-person
>meetings lately, in fact, for all Phoenix Perl members out there, whether
>they be in Tucson or Tempe :)
>We'd need to agree on a platform. I would recommend AOL IM
>(http://www.aol.com), since it's quite easy to do group chats using such
>software. I've done a number of them already for a magazine group I work
>Please let me know if there is interest for this idea and what your
>suggestions might be...
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