### Re: Maths Problem

Chris Benson wrote: Mmmm, so if there are 3 water lilies with circular leaves, what is the largest they can grow on the surface of a sphere without overlap? On a circle it's easy to see it's just less than the radius of the circle. Not so easy with a sphere. Well, first off, the circles

### Re: Maths Problem

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:01:05AM +0100, Chris Benson wrote: Mmmm, so if there are 3 water lilies with circular leaves, what is the largest they can grow on the surface of a sphere without overlap? On a circle it's easy to see it's just less than the radius of the circle. Not so easy with a

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

Dave Cross wrote: On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 11:53:30PM +0200, Paul Johnson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I'll have to be an honourary member since I'm in Switzerland at the moment That's just down the road in comparison to some of the people that consider themselves members of london.pm :)

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

Greg McCarroll wrote: I was just playing around and wrote http://217.34.97.146/~gem/perl/lpm_cpan_lb.cgi Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Please contact the server administrator, [EMAIL

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

Greg McCarroll wrote: I'll cleanup/optimize/add error checking tommorow. but i thought i'd let you see it tonight for fun and advance warning. And remove the trailing comma? (Perhaps use 'join' rather than 'map \$_,' or whatever?) If i haven't got your CPAN id included in the list at the

### RE: early peek at a bit of fun

From: Philip Newton [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, June 18, 2001 7:33 AM Dave Cross wrote: On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 11:53:30PM +0200, Paul Johnson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I'll have to be an honourary member since I'm in Switzerland at the moment That's just down the road in

### Re: YAPC::Europe: flights, hotels and minigolf.

On Sun, 17 Jun 2001, Greg McCarroll wrote: * Leo Lapworth ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Well, I'm now 'official' all the way, flights and hotel. Easyjey seem to have worked it out and have put up the flight costs by a couple of quid (£71 inc card charg of 3 quid)! still thats not bad

### Re: YAPC::Europe: flights, hotels and minigolf.

* Jonathan Stowe ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: On Sun, 17 Jun 2001, Greg McCarroll wrote: * Leo Lapworth ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Well, I'm now 'official' all the way, flights and hotel. Easyjey seem to have worked it out and have put up the flight costs by a couple of quid (£71

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

Now imagine a big field, with a treasure chest in the middle of it - this is your security. Now, imagine the chest is buried in the field, and no-one saw me bury it. This is my security. Snip enormous security through obscurity tirade However, after playing Baldurs Gate 2

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

* Jonathan Peterson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Now imagine a big field, with a treasure chest in the middle of it - this is your security. Now, imagine the chest is buried in the field, and no-one saw me bury it. This is my security. Snip enormous security through

### Re: YAPC::Europe: flights, hotels and minigolf.

we can even stand outside the business lounge and wave in at Dave Cross who will be stroking his gold plated cat and enjoying a gimlet Is this some SM reference? How does one enjoy a gimlet? Gouge it into the cat maybe -- Jonathan Peterson Technical Manager, Unified Ltd, 020 7383 6092

### Re: CMS frameworks

On Sat, Jun 16, 2001 at 10:33:57AM +0100, Dave Hodgkinson wrote: Some guys out here in Brizzle want to do Yet Another CMS. Are there any frameworks out there they can plug together to make something plausible? I guess bits of the 2.0 slashcode do the job nicely, what with being TT based

### Re: YAPC::Europe

Paul Mison wrote: On 15/06/2001 at 09:17 +0100, Dean wrote: Are there any plans for a group of London PMer's to fly over together or is the whole thing going to be ad hoc? Not yet, no. (Oh, and what are the cheapest flights from London City? Living in skanky East London's got to be good

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

Greg McCarroll wrote: If i haven't got your CPAN id included in the list at the bottom please email me off list, i just skipped through the who's who very quickly getting a decent list of people who looked london.pm-ish to test it. But I have two modules up there at the moment ...

### Re: Government Websites

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 09:59:52AM +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: Tired of government websites that only cater for browsers with non-standard proprietary extensions (cf http://www.gateway.gov.uk. Don't jsut sit there complaining - do something positive about it!

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

Jonathan Peterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Now imagine a big field, with a treasure chest in the middle of it - this is your security. Now, imagine the chest is buried in the field, and no-one saw me bury it. This is my security. Snip enormous security through

### Re: Government Websites

Leo Lapworth wrote: 2) Oh, yea, make your designers code and your coders design, that'll make for a good site - honest. Though if the designers have some idea of what is and what isn't possible/easy to implement, maybe we wouldn't have so many image roll-overs, blank one-pixel GIFs, tables

### RE: early peek at a bit of fun

On 18/06/2001 at 09:02 +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: (I suppose Simon Cozens had him beat while he was in Japan, but was he part of London.pm then? I think he is now.) Last I heard, we had at least one subscriber currently living in Australia. Leon, how about a london.pm world map :)

### Re: CMS frameworks

Dave Hodgkinson wrote: Steve Mynott [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Dave Hodgkinson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Any other offers? http://scoop.kuro5hin.org/ Why do all these things have to look like Slashdot? It that now the ONLY metaphor for these things. I know Nielsen would approve

### Re: YAPC::Europe

Simon Wistow wrote: [Rotterdam] There are flights to Amsterdam from there but they're about 120 quid :( So take the train? Only takes an hour with the IC, and it's probably cheaper than flying on such a short distance. You can even go straight to Diemen Zuid if you're going to the conference

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

Paul Mison wrote: On 18/06/2001 at 09:02 +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: (I suppose Simon Cozens had him beat while he was in Japan, but was he part of London.pm then? I think he is now.) Last I heard, we had at least one subscriber currently living in Australia. Leon, how

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

On Fri, 15 Jun 2001 21:39:31 +0100, Greg McCarroll wrote: If i haven't got your CPAN id included in the list at the bottom please email me off list, i just skipped through the who's who very quickly getting a decent list of people who looked london.pm-ish to test it. Please include PMH on

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

On Mon, 18 Jun 2001 10:58:09 +0100, Peter Haworth wrote: On Fri, 15 Jun 2001 21:39:31 +0100, Greg McCarroll wrote: If i haven't got your CPAN id included in the list at the bottom please email me off list, i just skipped through the who's who very quickly getting a decent list of people

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

Simon Wistow sent the following bits through the ether: There are modules out there for doing IP2LL http://www.astray.com/Bath.pm/near.cgi even worked in Montreal. Fails for btinternet atm though... Leon -- Leon Brocard.http://www.astray.com/ Iterative

### Re: CMS frameworks

Simon Wistow sent the following bits through the ether: 'cos they're all based on the Slash code? Which isn't all that amenable to total reskinning. Oh look, that slashcode 2.0 uses Template Toolkit... Leon -- Leon Brocard.http://www.astray.com/ Iterative

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

On Mon, 18 Jun 2001, Jonathan Peterson wrote: However, after playing Baldurs Gate 2 all weekend, I'm obliged to say that really if you have a priceless artifact that you don't want found, the trick is to give to a peasant, because no adventurer is going to go round killing every peasant in

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 10:35:08AM +0100, Paul Mison wrote: On 18/06/2001 at 09:02 +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: Last I heard, we had at least one subscriber currently living in Australia. Leon, how about a london.pm world map :) Combine it with the (sadly mythical) IP2LL and it'd

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:11:50PM +0100, David Cantrell wrote: I must have imagined London.pm. Thank God! It was all a horrible, horrible dream!!! Alex -- Four pints of milk, a turkey baster and some plastic tubing, that's all you need. http://www.cpio.org/~grimoire

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], David Cantrell [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Eh-hem. Apparently my nearest five groups are Belfast, SouthWales, Glasgow, Bathgate and Manchester. I couldn't tell, sorry. Use the map instead. Waah, it hates me! -- rob partington % [EMAIL PROTECTED] %

### e-smith

Tangentially on-topic for this list because of skud's involvement... I see that the new edtion of Linux Format comes with a copy of e-smith on the CD. According to the blurb, e-smith is a complete, easy to use and install server/gateway system that manages mail, firewalling, file-sharing,

### Re: e-smith

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:12:33PM +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: Tangentially on-topic for this list because of skud's involvement... What is this 'topic' of which you speak? I see that the new edtion of Linux Format comes with a copy of e-smith on the CD. According to the blurb,

### Re: Government Websites

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 11:41:57AM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Users will say: I don't have Flash and don't want to download it. Therefore, I should leave out the Flash bits of the site. Users will say: I read that JavaScript can expose security holes, so I'll turn it off. Therefore, I will make

### Re: Government Websites

Roger Burton West wrote: Users will say: Ooh! Shiny!. You need to get some better users. Cheers, philip -- Philip Newton [EMAIL PROTECTED] All opinions are my own, not my employer's. If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.

### Re: e-smith

David Cantrell wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:12:33PM +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: Tangentially on-topic for this list because of skud's involvement... What is this 'topic' of which you speak? Something matching /^[fyreub ]+\z/i, I think. Cheers, Philip -- Philip Newton [EMAIL

### Re: Government Websites

- Original Message - From: Philip Newton [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, June 18, 2001 1:11 PM Subject: Re: Government Websites Roger Burton West wrote: Users will say: Ooh! Shiny!. You need to get some better users. That could be a viable business

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

On Mon, 18 Jun 2001, Mark Fowler wrote: On Mon, 18 Jun 2001, Jonathan Peterson wrote: However, after playing Baldurs Gate 2 all weekend, I'm obliged to say that really if you have a priceless artifact that you don't want found, the trick is to give to a peasant, because no adventurer is

### Re: www.gateway.gov.uk

On Jun 17, David Cantrell wrote: Out of interest, does anyone know if it's done in-house or contracted out? (I strongly suspect the latter) The latter. Via EDS and Microsoft, I believe. *shudder* EDS. That explains it then! This incompetence is further manifested in their choice of

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

On Mon, 18 Jun 2001, Alex Page wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:11:50PM +0100, David Cantrell wrote: I must have imagined London.pm. Thank God! It was all a horrible, horrible dream!!! Yeah, well at least you all didn't dream about that guy with the cheese... L. Speako.

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

On Mon, 18 Jun 2001, Lucy McWilliam wrote: However, after playing Baldurs Gate 2 all weekend, I'm obliged to say that really if you have a priceless artifact that you don't want found, the trick is to give to a peasant, because no adventurer is going to go round killing every

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

* Lucy McWilliam ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I play Herod in a school play once. Go figure. Aargh...played. Maybe I should go and imbibe some of that caffeine stuff. For what its worth I saw nothing wrong with your original message. -- Greg McCarroll

### Re: www.gateway.gov.uk

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 02:00:32PM +0100, Mark Hynes wrote: On Jun 17, David Cantrell wrote: david@lapdog:~\$ HEAD http://www.gateway.gov.uk|grep ^Server Server: Microsoft-IIS/5.0 That, and EDS and Microsoft being involved. Ah, so primarily blind bigotism then. No, they're using

### Accomodation for YAPC::Europe

Jouke is currently arranging reasonably priced hotel accomodation for London.pm. He needs you to fill out the little informal form he posted on YAPC::Europe's mailing list. This is an excellent way to get your accomodation arranged quickly and easily and end up spending time in a hotel with

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 08:33:11AM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Who holds the distance record? dha, presumably? Me Andy M. probably, living on the left coast. Paul

### Templating Solutions

Friends, HELP! In a moment of stupidity[1] I agreed to write an article for lathos on templating solutions for Perl. This was an attempt to finally break my writing block/issues/mindset problems. It is going to be a compare and contrast article and so far I've looked at, Template

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

Paul Makepeace wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 08:33:11AM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Who holds the distance record? dha, presumably? Me Andy M. probably, living on the left coast. You forgot Damian (as had I). Cheers, Philip -- Philip Newton [EMAIL PROTECTED] All opinions are my own,

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 04:36:00PM +0100, Greg McCarroll wrote: In a moment of stupidity[1] I agreed to write an article for lathos on templating solutions for Perl. This was an attempt to finally break my writing block/issues/mindset problems. It is going to be a compare and contrast

### Re: Templating Solutions

Greg, I did this (just for TT2 and HTML::Template) for torrington, results (REALLY badly formatted *blushes to admit it was done in word and saved to HTML*) can be seen at: http://torrington.cuckoo.org/template_systems.shtml No (c) on it.. so feel free to hack and copy as you will. Hope it's

### Re: Templating Solutions

Greg McCarroll sent the following bits through the ether: In a moment of stupidity[1] Fool. There are at least 30 other Perl templating systems. See the templating systems benchmark last week on the mod_perl list for example. Perrin Harkins is presenting Choosing a Templating System at oscon,

### Re: Templating Solutions

At 04:36 PM 6/18/01 +0100, Greg wrote: In a moment of stupidity[1] I agreed to write an article for lathos on templating solutions for Perl. This was an attempt to finally break my writing block/issues/mindset problems. It is going to be a compare and contrast article and so far I've looked at,

### Re: Templating Solutions

Oi, Rob, What's this, Home grown (and not smokable), I left Emap too early if your not a TT2 convert yet. We can 'do lunch' later this week and I'll bash you with some TT2 docs or something :) Leo On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 04:57:17PM +0100, Robert Price wrote: It may be a good idea to

### Re: Templating Solutions

Greg McCarroll [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Template Toolkit HTML::Mason Text::Template HTML::Template HTML::Embperl Also Apache::ASP searching for template on CPAN also gets quite a lot of hits... -- 1024/D9C69DF9 steve mynott [EMAIL PROTECTED]

### Re: YAPC::Europe

Quoting Simon Wistow ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): I was hoping for a lovely cheap flight from London City to Amsterdam but VLM (who I can get cheap flight from) only fly to Rotterdam :( So? There are flights to Amsterdam from there but they're about 120 quid :( Will try and see if I can get

### Re: Government Websites

Quoting Roger Burton West ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): Users will say: Ooh! Shiny!. Poing-poing-poing! -- Merijn Broeren | Fact: GPRS does not work if the Mobile Station (your phone, Software Geek | that is) moves faster than 500 km/h. Tip: NEVER drive faster than 450 km/h if you

### Re: Templating Solutions

I like ePerl, comprised of Apache::ePerl Parse::ePerl It's a very simple does what it says on the tin way of embedding perl in any other (text) fine, plus it has low level access to what it does in it's parse routine. Handy in many situations, I find. No new versions since 1998 and none

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 04:36:00PM +0100, Greg McCarroll wrote: First, are there any others that I should look at? Also I'd really like any objective input people have about templating with these modules. It is important to me to try and not just get the article done and dusted, but for once to

### Re: Templating Solutions

Simon Wilcox wrote: I avoided HTML::Embperl, HTML::Mason Apache::ASP because they all embed perl into the template which is a Bad Thing (tm). Why is that so evil? I'm willing to be enlightened here. Cheers, Philip -- Philip Newton [EMAIL PROTECTED] All opinions are my own, not my

### Re: Templating Solutions

* at 18/06 17:21 +0100 Roger Burton West said: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 04:36:00PM +0100, Greg McCarroll wrote: The main reason I prefer H::T to T::T is that H::T templates can be given to Dreamweaver monkeys to edit without my having to worry that they'll screw them up. That is an

### Re: Templating Solutions

* Philip Newton ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Simon Wilcox wrote: I avoided HTML::Embperl, HTML::Mason Apache::ASP because they all embed perl into the template which is a Bad Thing (tm). Why is that so evil? i think it one of two schools of thought is your template a Template or a Rich

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 06:30:24PM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Simon Wilcox wrote: I avoided HTML::Embperl, HTML::Mason Apache::ASP because they all embed perl into the template which is a Bad Thing (tm). Why is that so evil? I'm willing to be enlightened here. Mainly maintainability. In

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 05:39:11PM +0100, Matthew Byng-Maddick wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 06:30:24PM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Simon Wilcox wrote: I avoided HTML::Embperl, HTML::Mason Apache::ASP because they all embed perl into the template which is a Bad Thing (tm). Why is

### Re: Templating Solutions

Leo Lapworth [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Oi, Rob, What's this, Home grown (and not smokable), I left Emap too early if your not a TT2 convert yet. We can 'do lunch' later this week and I'll bash you with some TT2 docs or something :) Oooh! Me too! -- Dave Hodgkinson,

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 06:30:24PM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Simon Wilcox wrote: I avoided HTML::Embperl, HTML::Mason Apache::ASP because they all embed perl into the template which is a Bad Thing (tm). Why is that so evil? I'm willing to be enlightened here. Separation of code and data -

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 09:38:44AM +0100, Jonathan Peterson wrote: However, after playing Baldurs Gate 2 all weekend, I'm obliged to say that really if you have a priceless artifact that you don't want found, the trick is to give to a peasant, because no adventurer is going to go round

### Re: Templating Solutions

Philip Newton wrote: Simon Wilcox wrote: I avoided HTML::Embperl, HTML::Mason Apache::ASP because they all embed perl into the template which is a Bad Thing (tm). Why is that so evil? I'm willing to be enlightened here. A couple of reasons. Separation of code presentation is

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

* Niklas Nordebo ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 09:38:44AM +0100, Jonathan Peterson wrote: However, after playing Baldurs Gate 2 all weekend, I'm obliged to say that really if you have a priceless artifact that you don't want found, the trick is to give to a peasant,

### Re: Government Websites

- Original Message - From: will [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, June 18, 2001 1:45 PM Subject: Re: Government Websites - Original Message - From: Philip Newton [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, June 18, 2001 1:11 PM Subject: Re:

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 05:38:02PM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Paul Makepeace wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 08:33:11AM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Who holds the distance record? dha, presumably? Me Andy M. probably, living on the left coast. You forgot Damian (as had I). I've

### Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

* Niklas Nordebo ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 06:11:39PM +0100, Greg McCarroll wrote: you know that game far to well! ;-) Probalby. While we're on the subject of computer games I recently found Civilization: Call to power on sale at HMV. Since I didn't like Civ 2

### Technical Meeting - 21st June

Oh... er... it's only three days to the technical meeting and so far I don't seem to have any talks for it. I'll write my Perl for the People talk tonight and give that, and I think that Robin wanted to do something. There must be others out there who want to practice talks that they'll be

### Re: e-smith

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:56:15PM +0100, David Cantrell wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:12:33PM +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: I see that the new edtion of Linux Format comes with a copy of e-smith on the CD. According to the blurb, e-smith is a complete, easy to use and install

### Re: e-smith

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:12:33PM +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: I see that the new edtion of Linux Format comes with a copy of e-smith on the CD. According to the blurb, e-smith is a complete, easy to use and install server/gateway system that manages mail, firewalling, file-sharing,

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 04:46:25PM +0100, Leo Lapworth wrote: I'd also like to mention HTML::Mason - Euuu, No, no and thrice no! (ok, has some nice 'bits' but NO - thou shalt not put thy HTML and thy Perl in the same file). It is NOT POSSIBLE to completely divorce

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 07:54:36PM +0100, David Cantrell wrote: It is NOT POSSIBLE to completely divorce presentation/application. You're missing a word from the end of the sentence, and that's Ilogic. If you add it you're obviously wrong though... So you end up with all sorts of languages

### Re: Templating Solutions

On 18 Jun 2001, Steve Mynott wrote: Greg McCarroll [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Template Toolkit HTML::Mason Text::Template HTML::Template HTML::Embperl Also Apache::ASP I did have this crackhead idea a week or two ago about making something that 'Compiled' HTML

### Re: e-smith

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 04:29:31PM +0100, Neil Ford wrote: Once I have a spare box, I'll probably give e-smith a looksie, just to see if it can teach me anything. Well, I can tell you now, from experience that the blackcat power cycler works wonders, because I remembered (too late) that ipfw's

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, 18 Jun 2001, Roger Burton West wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 06:30:24PM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Simon Wilcox wrote: I avoided HTML::Embperl, HTML::Mason Apache::ASP because they all embed perl into the template which is a Bad Thing (tm). Why is that so evil? I'm willing

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 07:54:36PM +0100, David Cantrell wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 04:46:25PM +0100, Leo Lapworth wrote: I'd also like to mention HTML::Mason - Euuu, No, no and thrice no! (ok, has some nice 'bits' but NO - thou shalt not put thy HTML and thy Perl in the same

### Re: Maths Problem

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 07:29:28AM +0100, Roger Burton West wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:01:05AM +0100, Chris Benson wrote: Mmmm, so if there are 3 water lilies with circular leaves, what is the largest they can grow on the surface of a sphere without overlap? Looks like

### Re: Maths Problem

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 11:56:59AM +0100, David Cantrell wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 08:29:18AM +0200, Philip Newton wrote: Chris Benson wrote: Mmmm, so if there are 3 water lilies with circular leaves, what is the largest they can grow on the surface of a sphere without Well,

### Re: e-smith

In lists.community.perlmongers.london, you wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 12:12:33PM +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: I see that the new edtion of Linux Format comes with a copy of e-smith on the CD. According to the blurb, e-smith is a complete, easy to use and install server/gateway system

### Re: Templating Solutions

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 08:24:13PM +0100, Matthew Byng-Maddick wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 07:54:36PM +0100, David Cantrell wrote: On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 04:46:25PM +0100, Leo Lapworth wrote: I'd also like to mention HTML::Mason - Euuu, No, no and thrice no! (ok, has some nice 'bits'

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 11:06:40PM +0100, Greg McCarroll wrote: if dha supplies me with a list of cpan ID's and names for NY i'll do a similar page of NY and include the % of each on both pages I'll have to go through the CPAN and see who of our group has IDs. Of course, there are all those

### Re: early peek at a bit of fun

On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 09:02:01AM +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: From: Philip Newton [EMAIL PROTECTED] Who holds the distance record? dha, presumably? Last I heard, we had at least one subscriber currently living in Australia. Leon, how about a london.pm world map :) Hm... I

### Re: Templating Solutions

Matthew Byng-Maddick wrote: It is possible to write embedded perl templates well, but a lot more difficult than if they are separated out. How does non-embedded Perl look like, then? Is Perl the outside layer and basically does '#include navbar.html' at certain points? Or is HTML the outside

### post from Elizabeth Castro's bbs

# Subject : I like poo # Posted By: Sreejayanth # Date: Tuesday, 19 June 2001, at 1:45 a.m. # # I like poo Remind me again why you hang out here Dave? -- Greg McCarrollhttp://217.34.97.146/~gem/