Reminder: hack session - Thursday 20th of March 6:30pm
scottp at dd.com.au
Sun Feb 16 16:41:34 CST 2003
Woops, sorry about the reply to header and Subject header here - I
stuffed up the send.
This has the correct headers.
On Monday, Feb 17, 2003, at 09:26 Australia/Melbourne, Scott Penrose
> Hey Dudes,
> This is a reminder of our first hacking session.
> For those of you who missed the last Perl Mongers meeting - we are now
> running a monthly hacking session to code up any perl projects people
> are interested in. There has been lots of interest in actually doing
> code on a regular basis. As such thanks to Foo Bard and Crash Kat, we
> are able to use Nerdlab - a privately owned laboratory of over 100
> computers located in the CBD.
> The plan for this week is the following:
> * Installation and 'get working' perl on some of the more esoteric
> operating systems (the range starts and windows, linux and *bsd to
> solaris, sunos, irix, true 64 unix, and many many more).
> * Discussion of new projects - eg: Reefknot contributions, Perl
> * Completion of Sys::Hostname::Long on all the systems we can get
> Perl working on.
> * Windows driver for Device::ParallelPort - started, but we may not
> have time to complete.
> At this stage, the location of Nerdlab will be handed out on request.
> As such could those interested in coming along to the hacking session
> on Thursday night please email:
> Scott Penrose <scottp at dd.com.au>
> or Foo Bard <foobard at cmetech.com.au>
> If you leave it to late - I will be contactable on my mobile on the
> day and that night - 0417 885 330
> Scott Penrose
> Welcome to the Digital Dimension
> scottp at dd.com.au
> Dismaimer: Contents of this mail and signature are bound to change
> randomly. Whilst every attempt has been made to control said
> randomness, the author wishes to remain blameless for the number of
> eggs that damn chicken laid. Oh and I don't want to hear about
> butterflies either.
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scottp at dd.com.au
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