APM: Fwd: UNS: Beginning perl need some guidance
jacklupton at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 12:33:23 PST 2012
I meant that to go to the list.
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From: Jack Lupton <jacklupton at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 2:30 PM
Subject: Re: APM: UNS: Beginning perl need some guidance
To: Wayne Walker <wwalker at solid-constructs.com>
The Perl community has its own irc servers. They are called MagNet I
believe. It is the only way I could connect to #perl-help which I could not
find on freenet. I also had trouble using xChat which I've been using as an
irc client for years. Connecting to the MagNet servers with irssi is no
problem though. There are channels for #perl-help, #moose, #catalyst,
#austinpm, and pretty much anything having to do with Perl. The #perl on
MagNet is different and not as helpful as the #perl on the freenode
I'll do anything to increase my Perl knowledge, so feel free to ask me
anything that troubles you. I'll try to help you figure it out.
On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 11:33 AM, Wayne Walker <wwalker at solid-constructs.com
> On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 10:46:44AM -0600, Robin Remaley wrote:
> > Hey y'all, I'm enrolled in ACC's online Perl Programming course and
> > have a few questions. It seems to me like this class went from 0-60 in
> > about four lessons, and though I grasp what I'm supposed to be doing,
> > I'm a little lost. Well, more than a little, but not a lot. Anyone out
> > there got a few minutes?
> I highly recommend the #perl channel on IRC on freenode.net, you will
> get much better response time. But, they will expect you to have done
> your own looking first. You can also ask on #austin or #austin-ruby.
> Wayne Walker
> wwalker at solid-constructs.com
> (512) 633-8076
> Senior Consultant
> Solid Constructs, LLC
> Austin mailing list
> Austin at pm.org
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