SPUG: The SPUG Report, 15 February 2005
cos at indeterminate.net
Wed Feb 16 09:16:45 PST 2005
On Tue, 15 Feb 2005, Andrew Sweger wrote:
I am still newbie-ish enough that I would have loved to show, but wedding
plans are sucking my time. Yes, the announcement was a bit late, but it
was a great idea. I would be interested in this format popping up again,
say after April. :^)
> I asked if anyone has been using Class::DBI . Looks grand. But I wanted
> to hear war stories.
> Then I showed off this crazy book library application that only works on
> Mac OS X and a cool Bluetooth barcode scanner and how I made my own
> barcode series and labels for tracking boxes of junk around my house.
> It'll use Perl someday. No, really.
AAUUUUGGGHHHH. Something like that has been in the back of my brain for a
while, though I hadn't put Bluetooth in the mix. What is it written in?
How do I persuade you to port it or recruit myself to put it in Perl?
(Cripes, I haven't even looked to see if Bluetooth devices work under
> Then a discussion of King County Council erupted on how they've all come
> down with insanity. Too bad Chubby & Tubby is gone. We could get a great
> deal on pitchforks.
> Thanks and good night. Next month we might have a presentation on debugging
> running mod_perl code in Apache.
That sounds interesting.
Thanks for posting the notes.
> Andrew B. Sweger -- The great thing about multitasking is that several
> things can go wrong at once.
John Costello - cos at indeterminate dot net
"Better a witty fool, than a foolish wit."--Shakespeare, _Twelfth Night_
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