stackoverflow !perl conference
steve at gruntling.com
Fri Oct 16 14:25:37 BST 2009
On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 12:23:00PM +0100, David Cantrell typed:
> On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 10:13:06AM +0100, Steve Mynott wrote:
> > Noone has posted notice of these sort of events to this list for some
> > time.
> I think the point was that it would be nice if some people *did* post
But useful talk has pretty much left the london.pm mailing list
for IRC, various excellent Iron Man blogs and the perhaps not quite so
excellent perlmonks. The last technical thread here was about
a month ago (about UTF-8).
I don't wish to sound too negative here but use of the net has changed
in the last 10 years and the list is a secondary source now and no longer
a primary one, apart from events such as LWP which is an obvious
And I'm not even sure it's worth forwarding all the events on
or whatever to the list anymore and I used to do such posts before.
> > I suggest you start reading programming related RSS feeds if you
> > don't already.
> I already read 165 RSS feeds, many of which are "programming related".
> I don't have the time to keep up with all of them. Adding more won't
> help. It especially won't help if I don't know which feeds to add. And
> doubly so if the vast majority of their content is a waste of space.
But that's true of any media (including this one).
is perhaps superior since it has peer review through voting.
Steve Mynott <steve at gruntling.com>
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