[Melbourne-pm] Assorted follow-ups from Melbourne Pub Mongers
alecclews at gmail.com
Sun Mar 16 16:34:05 PDT 2008
The FireHOL iptables configuration tool is at
(Paul mentioned how brilliant it was and making a note here means I can
throw the away the piece of paper he gave me)
Personal <alec.clews at gmail.com> Melbourne, Australia.
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> From: Paul Fenwick <pjf at perltraining.com.au>
> Organization: Perl Training Australia
> Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 00:17:32 +1100
> To: Melbourne Perl Mongers <melbourne-pm at pm.org>
> Subject: [Melbourne-pm] Assorted follow-ups from Melbourne Pub Mongers
> G'day Everyone,
> I have assorted follow-ups from our meeting tonight from Melbourne Pub
> * The evil, evil trick I showed off with regards to Fatal can be found at:
> Please do *NOT* use this in production. It will be fixed in 5.10.1.
> * Seriously, don't. It's a bug, even if it is like PHP in reverse.
> * The best TV right now is "Sarah Conner Chronicles". It helps if you like
> Terminator. It helps even more if you liked Terminator so much that you
> thought Terminator 3 was awful.
> * Other best TV is "Big Bang Theory", which I discovered thanks to Nat
> Torkington and Skud. First episode I thought was average, later episodes
> are great.
> * Frets on Fire can be found at http://fretsonfire.sourceforge.net/
> * The standard Frets on Fire client is rubbish. Use the RF-mod at
> http://fretsonfire.wikidot.com/rf-mod instead. Seriously, it rocks hard.
> * My Frets on Fire high-scores can be found at
> http://www.prison.net/worldcharts/charts/playersFull/PJF/ . If you beat my
> scores, let me know.
> * Spoilers to the C-64 game "The Hobbit" can be found at
> http://bbc.nvg.org/doc/games/Hobbit-solution2.txt . A window should be no
> obstacle to a thief with friends.
> * Yes, I'm really doing a lexical Fatal. Yes, it's much harder than it
> should be.
> * Our Perl Tips (including What's New in Perl 5.10) can be found at
> http://perltraining.com.au/tips/ . You can subscribe both by e-mail and by
> Atom feed.
> * Our training manuals can be found at http://perltraining.com.au/notes.html
> . If you find any mistakes I'll give you chocolate.
> * My bookmarks in general can be found at http://del.icio.us/pfenwick .
> They provide a dark and twisted view into my mind.
> * My blog can be found at http://pjf.id.au/blog/ . Yes, the dance mat is
> real. The half-a-joystick is real. It really does work.
> * The greasemonkey talk can be found at http://pjf.id.au/blog/?position=525
> and elsewhere.
> * I use jaiku and twitter under the name of 'pjf' on both. I'm not hard to
> find. Let me know if you need invites.
> * I'll be at Brisbane.pm next week if we can organise a meeting.
> * I'll be at Sydney.pm in three weeks time.
> * I'll be at Melbourne.pm in four weeks time! See you there!
> All the best,
> Paul Fenwick <pjf at perltraining.com.au> | http://perltraining.com.au/
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