[Southampton-pm] Meeting: Wednesday 3rd October 2012
duncan.garland at ntlworld.com
Wed Oct 3 01:30:21 PDT 2012
Have you been onto the P5P mailing list and asked? There was a lot of work
done on IPv6 for Perl 5.12 and 5.14. It's possible that there's something
Perl, viaTPF, didn't get accepted on to the Google Summer of Code this
year. Somebody may have an idea which he was planning to put forward for
On 1 October 2012 21:48, Vytautas D <vytdau at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, I will try to come, though I can't promise as I finish work only at
> 8pm in Portsmouth.
> This might be a bit off topic, though I will share what interests me.
> I would love to hear some ideas about IPv6 stuff. I had this idea to do a
> security tool for IPv6 vulnerabilities ( in particular from THC-IPv6 attack
> suite ) for my final year project, but few projects did it over the summer.
> Damn them! and it just blows my mind, I don't want to work a year on some
> subject, which someone already did.. So if someone got a good idea about
> what I could do on IPv6, which would be reasonable to finish within my
> final year project frame, I would love to hear! Indeed, send me an email
> now! :P
> On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 8:24 PM, Tim Retout <tim at retout.co.uk> wrote:
>> Yes, it's the start of the month again! As usual, we'll be in the
>> Platform Tavern at 8pm this Wednesday.
>> Last month, we actually talked about programming!
>> This month, I've been trying to come up with a Plack migration strategy,
>> hacking on the Libreoffice Perl installer code, and thinking up ways to
>> improve Southampton Central Library's computing section. Conversation
>> fodder indeed.
>> Anyone else coming? Anything we should prepare to talk about? :)
>> Tim Retout <tim at retout.co.uk>
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