[sf-perl] Do You Twitter?

Michael Friedman friedman at highwire.stanford.edu
Sat Sep 22 19:46:58 PDT 2007

I love that idea! My last three days boil down to:

"use strict is too strict"
"need spellchecker for variable names"
"it's double-URL-encoded"

-- Mike

PS - use strict isn't too strict, really, it just caught me doing  
something sloppy that I really wanted to do anyway. At least it's  
easy to turn off for a block at a time. Try *that* in Java... Ha!

On Sep 22, 2007, at 2:30 PM, Duane Obrien wrote:
> Unless it's about perl.  All perl knowledge should be shared with the
> world.  Not that I really think that, I just thought I'd try to bring
> it back on topic.  I think what we really need is a service like
> twitter or jaiku that only perl people can use, and the only things
> posted to it are one line descriptions of what their problem was when
> they were debugging.
> "bad shebang"
> "too much recursion"
> "stupid periods"
> "scraper banned for violating T&C"
> "explosive decompression"
> "too much hash"
> THAT would be entertaining.  And it would make the world a better  
> place.

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