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+<p>
+Hi,
+</p>
+
+<p>
+I made some little progress with the back-end for the Perl Weekly but it is still mostly a manual process collecting news from various feeds.
+</p>
+
+<p>
+If you are following the Perl Weekly on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ and notice I missed something that you think is important, don't hesitate to let me know. There are good chances that I just overlooked something.
+</p>
+
+<p>
+Enjoy!
+</p>
+
<p class="subtitle" style="
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font-weight: bold;
">Mojolicious + Twitters'Bootstrap = Awesome</a>
<br />
- Joel Berger was playing aroud with some new toys and built a quick web site using mostly Mojolicious/Perl and relying on Bootstrap to build page elements.
+ Joel Berger was playing around with some new toys and built a quick web site using mostly Mojolicious/Perl and relying on Bootstrap to build page elements.
</p>
<p class="entry" style="margin-left: 1.5em;">
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font-weight: bold;
">Loaded for Werewolf</a>
<br />
- I never checked where does the idea of 'silver bullet' comes from but chromatic tells us it was used to hunt Werewolf. He then goes on explainnig how using Moose can bring you an order of magnitude improvement in productivity. Or with other words how Moose is like a silver bullet. I am not big on zoology but I wonder if that means that a Moose can kill a werevolf?
+ I never checked where does the idea of 'silver bullet' comes from but chromatic tells us it was used to hunt Werewolf. He then goes on explaining how using Moose can bring you an order of magnitude improvement in productivity. Or with other words how Moose is like a silver bullet. I am not big on zoology but I wonder if that means that a Moose can kill a werewolf?
</p>
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font-weight: bold;
">People Behind Debian: Gregor Herrmann, member of the Perl team</a>
<br />
- Have you ever wondered who are the nice people that make sure Debian has tons of CPAN modules? We call them 'downsream' but they are actual people with faces and stories! It was very interesting to read this interview by Raphaël Hertzog.
+ Have you ever wondered who are the nice people that make sure Debian has tons of CPAN modules? We call them 'downstream' but they are actual people with faces and stories! It was very interesting to read this interview by Raphael Hertzog.
</p>
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font-weight: bold;
">Capture STDOUT and STDERR of external command</a>
<br />
- Sebastian Willing is showing his solution capturing standard error and the external commands exit code but ignoring standard output. You should also check the comment David Golden made as that might be a better solution for you.
+ Sebastian Willing is showing his solution capturing standard error and the external command's exit code but ignoring standard output. You should also check the comment David Golden made as that might be a better solution for you.
</p>
@@ -207,7 +223,7 @@
font-weight: bold;
">Macros progress report: D1 merged</a>
<br />
- Carl Mäsak reports about his progress in his grant for adding macros to Rakudo Perl 6
+ Carl Masak reports about his progress in his grant for adding macros to Rakudo Perl 6
</p>
<p class="entry" style="margin-left: 1.5em;">
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<div>
<p>
- Join the 2850
+ Join the 2881
people who received the previous issue!
</p>
</div>
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10 html/perlweekly.rss
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<item rdf:about="http://blogs.perl.org/users/joel_berger/2012/03/mojolicious-bootstrap-awesome.html">
<title>Mojolicious + Twitters&#x27;Bootstrap = Awesome</title>
<link>http://blogs.perl.org/users/joel_berger/2012/03/mojolicious-bootstrap-awesome.html</link>
-<description>Joel Berger was playing aroud with some new toys and built a quick web site using mostly Mojolicious/Perl and relying on Bootstrap to build page elements.</description>
+<description>Joel Berger was playing around with some new toys and built a quick web site using mostly Mojolicious/Perl and relying on Bootstrap to build page elements.</description>
</item>
<item rdf:about="http://blogs.perl.org/users/rurban/2012/03/address-sanitizer-round-2.html">
<title>address-sanitizer round 2</title>
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<title>Loaded for Werewolf</title>
<link>http://www.modernperlbooks.com/mt/2012/03/loaded-for-werewolf.html</link>
-<description>I never checked where does the idea of &#x27;silver bullet&#x27; comes from but chromatic tells us it was used to hunt Werewolf. He then goes on explainnig how using Moose can bring you an order of magnitude improvement in productivity. Or with other words how Moose is like a silver bullet. I am not big on zoology but I wonder if that means that a Moose can kill a werevolf?</description>
+<description>I never checked where does the idea of &#x27;silver bullet&#x27; comes from but chromatic tells us it was used to hunt Werewolf. He then goes on explaining how using Moose can bring you an order of magnitude improvement in productivity. Or with other words how Moose is like a silver bullet. I am not big on zoology but I wonder if that means that a Moose can kill a werewolf?</description>
</item>
<item rdf:about="http://raphaelhertzog.com/2012/03/08/people-behind-debian-gregor-hermann-member-of-the-perl-team/">
<title>People Behind Debian: Gregor Herrmann, member of the Perl team</title>
<link>http://raphaelhertzog.com/2012/03/08/people-behind-debian-gregor-hermann-member-of-the-perl-team/</link>
-<description>Have you ever wondered who are the nice people that make sure Debian has tons of CPAN modules? We call them &#x27;downsream&#x27; but they are actual people with faces and stories! It was very interesting to read this interview by Rapha&#xEB;l Hertzog.</description>
+<description>Have you ever wondered who are the nice people that make sure Debian has tons of CPAN modules? We call them &#x27;downstream&#x27; but they are actual people with faces and stories! It was very interesting to read this interview by Raphael Hertzog.</description>
</item>
<item rdf:about="http://blog.cpantesters.org/diary/139">
<title>CPAN Testers Summary - February 2012 - Highway 61 Revisited</title>
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<title>Capture STDOUT and STDERR of external command</title>
<link>http://www.pal-blog.de/entwicklung/perl/2012/capture-stdout-and-stderr-of-external-command.html</link>
-<description>Sebastian Willing is showing his solution capturing standard error and the external command&#x2019;s exit code but ignoring standard output. You should also check the comment David Golden made as that might be a better solution for you.</description>
+<description>Sebastian Willing is showing his solution capturing standard error and the external command&#x27;s exit code but ignoring standard output. You should also check the comment David Golden made as that might be a better solution for you.</description>
</item>
<item rdf:about="http://blogs.perl.org/users/chisel/2012/03/easy-dataprinter-in-the-perl-debugger.html">
<title>Easy Data::Printer in the perl debugger</title>
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<item rdf:about="http://strangelyconsistent.org/blog/macros-progress-report-d1-merged">
<title>Macros progress report: D1 merged</title>
<link>http://strangelyconsistent.org/blog/macros-progress-report-d1-merged</link>
-<description>Carl M&#xE4;sak reports about his progress in his grant for adding macros to Rakudo Perl 6</description>
+<description>Carl Masak reports about his progress in his grant for adding macros to Rakudo Perl 6</description>
</item>
<item rdf:about="http://6guts.wordpress.com/2012/03/09/meta-programming-slides-and-some-rakudo-news/">
<title>Meta-programming slides, and some Rakudo news</title>
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+ "Hi,",
+ "I made some little progress with the back-end for the Perl Weekly but it is still mostly a manual process collecting news from various feeds.",
+ "If you are following the Perl Weekly on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ and notice I missed something that you think is important, don't hesitate to let me know. There are good chances that I just overlooked something.",
+ "Enjoy!"
],
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+ "text" : "Joel Berger was playing around with some new toys and built a quick web site using mostly Mojolicious/Perl and relying on Bootstrap to build page elements.",
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+ "text" : "Have you ever wondered who are the nice people that make sure Debian has tons of CPAN modules? We call them 'downstream' but they are actual people with faces and stories! It was very interesting to read this interview by Raphael Hertzog.",
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