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Probably going to add a few entries tomorrow, but here's already the base.

Gabor Szabo
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Great!
I trust you will create an awesome title celebrating both Easter and 1/April

Yanick Champoux
Yanick Champoux

Aaand I think that should be it. If you don't mind adding the usual recurring Perl6 / overflow / MeteCPAN aggregations...

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+## Using SSL client certs with Perl’s LWP::UserAgent
  2
+http://www.preshweb.co.uk/2013/03/using-ssl-client-certs-with-perls-lwpuseragent/
  3
+2013-03-29
  4
+SSL tends to make things... a trifle more complicated. David Precious explains
  5
+how to make LWP::UserAgent play well with secure urls.
  6
+
  7
+## A Case for Tie::Array::CSV
  8
+http://blogs.perl.org/users/joel_berger/2013/03/a-case-for-tiearraycsv.html
  9
+2013-03-25
  10
+Sometimes, your proudest achievement is the module that oozes out pizzazz like
  11
+red dwarves pour out radiation. Sometimes, it's the little humble module that
  12
+is just does the job with no fuss. Joel Berger professes his love for 
  13
+Tie::Array::CSV, which definitively belongs to the second category.
  14
+
  15
+## Building a static blog using Blio and Github
  16
+http://perl5maven.com/building-a-static-blog-using-blio-and-github
  17
+2013-03-28
  18
+Gabor walks us through how one can set up a nice static blog using domm's Blio blogging engine.
  19
+
  20
+## Jeff Thalhammer interview on FLOSS Weekly
  21
+http://twit.tv/show/floss-weekly/246
  22
+2013-03-27
  23
+Jeff Thalhammer talks about Pinto on FLOSS Weekly. 'nuff said.
  24
+
  25
+## Milla, a Dist::Zilla profile that doesn’t suck 
  26
+http://weblog.bulknews.net/post/46471116934/introducing-milla
  27
+2013-03-27
  28
+I once compared Dist::Zilla to the bat-mobile: very powerful, but a little
  29
+daunting for the casual driver. miyagawa tries to address that with 'Milla', 
  30
+which tries to take care of most of the dzillish complexity for you.
  31
+
  32
+## How I've started managing GitHub pulls
  33
+http://www.dagolden.com/index.php/2065/how-ive-started-managing-github-pulls
  34
+2013-03-27
  35
+David Golden shares with us some of the scripts and tricks he uses to
  36
+facilitate the ebbs of pull requests.
  37
+
  38
+## I made a module! 
  39
+http://geekblog.oneandoneis2.org/index.php/2013/03/27/i-made-a-module
  40
+2013-03-27
  41
+Dominic Humphries narrates the birth of his first module, and shows us all how
  42
+easily one can slip into CPAN authorhood (getting out, now, that's a totally different kettle of fish). 
  43
+
  44
+## GitMinutes #01: Randal L. Schwartz on the Development of Git 
  45
+http://episodes.gitminutes.com/2013/03/gitminutes-01-randal-l-schwartz-on.html
  46
+2013-03-25
  47
+In this first broadcast of GitMinutes, Randal L. Schwartz talks about Git, Perl and, oh..., his favorite editor.
  48
+
  49
+## Gamifiy your command line with HabitRPG 
  50
+http://privacygeek.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/gamifiy-your-command-line-with-habitrpg.html
  51
+2013-03-22
  52
+HabitRPG is a todo / habit tracker application with a twist: it turns mundane
  53
+activities into a fantasy RPG. Paul Fenwick, with his usual flare for the übernifty, wrote 
  54
+a Perl module -- and a command-line interface -- to interact with the system.
  55
+Killing orcs, merging pull requests, it can all be part of your typical
  56
+working days, now.
  57
+
  58
+## Why Perl’s conditional operator is right associative
  59
+http://www.learning-perl.com/?p=372
  60
+2013-03-27
  61
+Don't know? Dont' worry: brian d foy explains.
  62
+
  63
+## Creating a matrix of random entries where lengths of the columns are also random 
  64
+http://blog.nu42.com/2013/03/creating-matrix-of-random-entries-where.html
  65
+2013-03-26
  66
+Sinan Ünür amuses himself and comes up with an elegant way of solving that
  67
+problem.
  68
+
  69
+## The Little Script That Could
  70
+http://blog.booking.com/the-little-script-that-could.html
  71
+2013-03-26
  72
+Giel Goudsmit reminisces about the last 10 years of Bookings.com, and how he
  73
+saw it grow from its modest origins to the behemoth it is today.
  74
+
  75
+
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+   "subject" : "Bunnies, Fishies and Camels, oh My!",
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+   "header" : [
  5
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+   "footer" : [
  7
+   ],
  8
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+		 "header" : "",
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+		 "footer" : "",
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+         "entries" : [
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+            {
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+               "title" : "",
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+               "text" : "",
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+               "url" : "",
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+               "link" : "",
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+               "ts" : "2013.03",
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+               "tags" : []
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+         ]
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+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Sponsors",
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+         "sponsor" : 1,
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+         "entries" : [
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+         ]
  29
+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Announcements",
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+         "entries" : [
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+   {
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+      "link" : "",
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+      "ts" : "2013.03.30",
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+      "text" : "How better to celebrate Easters than with a little Exodus? The centralized Perl svn repository site served us well for many years, but now it is time for it to bow down and vanishes into a well-deserved retirement. CPAN authors, take heed: April 27th is when the lights will go out.",
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+      "url" : "http://log.perl.org/2013/03/svnperlorg-shutdown-in-one-month.html",
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+      "title" : "svn.perl.org shutdown in one month",
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+      "tags" : []
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+   }
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+         ]
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+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Articles",
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+         "entries" : [
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+   {
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+      "link" : "",
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+      "ts" : "2013.03.26",
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+      "text" : "Giel Goudsmit reminisces about the last 10 years of Bookings.com, and how he saw it grow from its modest origins to the behemoth it is today. ",
  50
+      "url" : "http://blog.booking.com/the-little-script-that-could.html",
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+      "title" : "The Little Script That Could",
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+      "tags" : []
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+   }
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+         ]
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+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Discussion",
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+         "entries" : [
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+         ]
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+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Testing",
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+         "entries" : [
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+   {
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+      "link" : "",
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+      "ts" : "2013.03.26",
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+      "text" : "Sinan \u00c3\u009cn\u00c3\u00bcr amuses himself and comes up with an elegant way of solving that problem. ",
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+      "url" : "http://blog.nu42.com/2013/03/creating-matrix-of-random-entries-where.html",
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+      "title" : "Creating a matrix of random entries where lengths of the columns are also random ",
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+      "tags" : []
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+   },
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+   {
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+      "link" : "",
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+      "ts" : "2013.03.29",
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+      "text" : "myagawa gleefully announces a toolchain milestone: the segregation of build and test dependencies is now truly grokked by all major players.  ",
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+      "url" : "http://weblog.bulknews.net/post/46653336492/test-requires-all-the-way",
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+      "title" : "test_requires all the way",
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+      "tags" : []
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Code",
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+         "entries" : [
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+   {
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+      "link" : "",
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+      "ts" : "2013.03.25",
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+      "text" : "Sometimes, your proudest achievement is the module that oozes out pizzazz like red dwarves pour out radiation. Sometimes, it's the little humble module that is just does the job with no fuss. Joel Berger professes his love for  Tie::Array::CSV, which definitively belongs to the second category. ",
  89
+      "url" : "http://blogs.perl.org/users/joel_berger/2013/03/a-case-for-tiearraycsv.html",
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+      "title" : "A Case for Tie::Array::CSV",
  91
+      "tags" : []
  92
+   },
  93
+   {
  94
+      "link" : "",
  95
+      "ts" : "2013.03.27",
  96
+      "text" : "I once compared Dist::Zilla to the bat-mobile: very powerful, but a little daunting for the casual driver. miyagawa tries to address that with 'Milla',  which tries to take care of most of the dzillish complexity for you. ",
  97
+      "url" : "http://weblog.bulknews.net/post/46471116934/introducing-milla",
  98
+      "title" : "Milla, a Dist::Zilla profile that doesn\u00e2\u0080\u0099t suck ",
  99
+      "tags" : []
  100
+   },
  101
+   {
  102
+      "link" : "",
  103
+      "ts" : "2013.03.27",
  104
+      "text" : "David Golden shares with us some of the scripts and tricks he uses to facilitate the ebbs of pull requests. ",
  105
+      "url" : "http://www.dagolden.com/index.php/2065/how-ive-started-managing-github-pulls",
  106
+      "title" : "How I've started managing GitHub pulls",
  107
+      "tags" : []
  108
+   },
  109
+   {
  110
+      "link" : "",
  111
+      "ts" : "2013.03.27",
  112
+      "text" : "Dominic Humphries narrates the birth of his first module, and shows us all how easily one can slip into CPAN authorhood (getting out, now, that's a totally different kettle of fish).  ",
  113
+      "url" : "http://geekblog.oneandoneis2.org/index.php/2013/03/27/i-made-a-module",
  114
+      "title" : "I made a module! ",
  115
+      "tags" : []
  116
+   },
  117
+   {
  118
+      "link" : "",
  119
+      "ts" : "2013.03.27",
  120
+      "text" : "Don't know? Dont' worry: brian d foy explains. ",
  121
+      "url" : "http://www.learning-perl.com/?p=372",
  122
+      "title" : "Why Perl's conditional operator is right associative",
  123
+      "tags" : []
  124
+   },
  125
+   {
  126
+      "link" : "",
  127
+      "ts" : "2013.03.28",
  128
+      "text" : "Gabor walks us through how one can set up a nice static blog using domm's Blio blogging engine. ",
  129
+      "url" : "http://perl5maven.com/building-a-static-blog-using-blio-and-github",
  130
+      "title" : "Building a static blog using Blio and Github",
  131
+      "tags" : []
  132
+   },
  133
+   {
  134
+      "link" : "",
  135
+      "ts" : "2013.03.29",
  136
+      "text" : "SSL tends to make things... a trifle more complicated. David Precious explains how to make LWP::UserAgent play well with secure urls. ",
  137
+      "url" : "http://www.preshweb.co.uk/2013/03/using-ssl-client-certs-with-perls-lwpuseragent/",
  138
+      "title" : "Using SSL client certs with Perl\u00e2\u0080\u0099s LWP::UserAgent",
  139
+      "tags" : []
  140
+   },
  141
+   {
  142
+      "link" : "",
  143
+      "ts" : "2013.03.29",
  144
+      "text" : "Ever got a mysterious error when calling Mojolicious's 'render_later' method? Max explains what it means. ",
  145
+      "url" : "http://tong.ijenko.net/2013/03/mojolicous-render_later-and-weaken-transactions/",
  146
+      "title" : "Mojolicous, render_later and weaken transactions",
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+      "tags" : []
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+   }
  149
+          ]
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+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Fun",
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+         "entries" : [
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+   {
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+      "link" : "",
  156
+      "ts" : "2013.03.22",
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+      "text" : "HabitRPG is a todo / habit tracker application with a twist: it turns mundane activities into a fantasy RPG. Paul Fenwick, with his usual flare for the \u00c3\u00bcbernifty, wrote  a Perl module -- and a command-line interface -- to interact with the system. Killing orcs, merging pull requests, it can all be part of your typical working days, now. ",
  158
+      "url" : "http://privacygeek.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/gamifiy-your-command-line-with-habitrpg.html",
  159
+      "title" : "Gamifiy your command line with HabitRPG ",
  160
+      "tags" : []
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+   },
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+   {
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+      "link" : "",
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+      "ts" : "2013.03.30",
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+      "text" : "Perl packages have to end with a true value. Typically, that's '1'. But some authors get more... creative. domm sends his module hunting for those peculiar  true values, and aggregates them for our viewing pleasure. ",
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+      "url" : "http://domm.plix.at/perl/2013_03_acme_returnvalues_1_001.html",
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+      "title" : "Acme::ReturnValue 1.001",
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+      "tags" : []
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+   }
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+          ]
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+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Grants",
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+         "entries" : [
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+          ]
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+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Slides",
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+         "entries" : [
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+          ]
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+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Parrot",
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+         "entries" : [
  185
+         ]
  186
+      },
  187
+      {
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+         "title" : "Broadcasts",
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+         "entries" : [
  190
+   {
  191
+      "link" : "",
  192
+      "ts" : "2013.03.25",
  193
+      "text" : "In this first broadcast of GitMinutes, Randal L. Schwartz talks about Git, Perl and, oh..., his favorite editor. ",
  194
+      "url" : "http://episodes.gitminutes.com/2013/03/gitminutes-01-randal-l-schwartz-on.html",
  195
+      "title" : "GitMinutes #01: Randal L. Schwartz on the Development of Git ",
  196
+      "tags" : []
  197
+   },
  198
+   {
  199
+      "link" : "",
  200
+      "ts" : "2013.03.27",
  201
+      "text" : "Jeff Thalhammer talks about Pinto on FLOSS Weekly. 'nuff said. ",
  202
+      "url" : "http://twit.tv/show/floss-weekly/246",
  203
+      "title" : "Jeff Thalhammer interview on FLOSS Weekly",
  204
+      "tags" : []
  205
+   },
  206
+   {
  207
+      "link" : "",
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+      "ts" : "2013.03.29",
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+      "text" : "preaction shares the talk he gaves for Chicago.pm about dependency injection and his brand-new shiny Beam::Wire module. ",
  210
+      "url" : "http://blogs.perl.org/users/preaction/2013/03/chicagopm---dependency-injection-also-beamwire.html",
  211
+      "title" : "Chicago.PM - Dependency Injection (also: Beam::Wire)",
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+      "tags" : []
  213
+   }
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+         ]
  215
+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Perl 6",
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+         "entries" : [
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+         ]
  220
+      },
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+      {
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+         "title" : "Other",
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+         "entries" : [
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+          ]
  225
+      },
  226
+      {
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+         "title" : "Training",
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+         "entries" : [
  229
+         ]
  230
+      },
  231
+      {
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+         "title" : "Weekly collections",
  233
+         "entries" : [
  234
+         ]
  235
+      },
  236
+      {
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+         "title" : "The self promotion section",
  238
+         "entries" : [
  239
+         ]
  240
+      },
  241
+      {
  242
+         "title" : "Events",
  243
+		 "header" : "I usually list the next 3-4 events here. The list of all the events can be found <a href=http://perlweekly.com/events.html>on the web site</a>. If your Perl event is not listed there, please let me know.",
  244
+         "entries" : [
  245
+         ]
  246
+      }
  247
+   ]
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+}
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