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Perl QA hackathon 2013 wrapup

I've been back from the Perl QA 2013 hackathon for a few days and I'm probably overdue to write about the trip. I'm intimidated by last years writeup — I must have been feeling a lot peppier on the plane a year ago. I've also been busying writing up the notes from the "Lancaster Consensus" […]

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UNIVERSAL::new for command line MU

Years ago, chromatic released Acme::UNIVERSAL::new. It was a joke. This is not. Using object-oriented modules from the command line can be a PITA. I have to type the module name twice: once to load it and once to construct objects with it. In a program, that's not huge overhead, but in a one-liner, it annoys […]

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How I've started managing GitHub pulls

I don't like GitHub's pull interface. They make merge commits, which suck. And I want to work from the command line, not the web site. When I noticed that I was losing on the scoreboard, I wrote a quick and dirty script to list open pull requests for a repository from the command line: github-list-pulls. […]

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The GitHub pulls scoreboard says I'm losing

I'm embarrassed to admit that I just fixed a bug, shipped the module, and then discovered a 2-year old pull request that fixed it better. Oops. I hate things like that! Fortunately, I just discovered that GitHub offers a pull request scoreboard with two views: Pulls sent: https://github.com/dashboard/pulls Pulls pending: https://github.com/dashboard/pulls/public Unfortunately, the scoreboard says […]

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How to mass-favorite modules on MetaCPAN

I love that MetaCPAN lets me "++" modules (distributions, really) to mark them as favorites, but going distribution by distribution to click things is not my idea of a good time. Time for laziness, impatience, hubris. Click favorites? No way! Let's automate that shit! (First, thanks to Moritz for giving me the pieces of the […]

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