DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread dcross - David Cross
(this is dangerously close to spam, but I know there's a certain amount of interest here :) Just spoke to the local distributors about the availability of DMP in Europe. Here are the bullet points: * There are currently 100 copies in Europe. * Another (larger) shipment from Manning ended up in

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Mark Fowler
Perl t-shirt ideas =pod =head1 Bad Perl T-Shirt Ideas Sorry. =head2 perl related * "My other t-shirt has a camel on it" * "I know perl" "Show me" * "If you programmed in perl you'd be home by now" * "You don't have to be mad to program perl, but it helps" * "95% of cats prefer

Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread Michael Stevens
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 10:34:06AM -, dcross - David Cross wrote: * There are currently 100 copies in Europe. * Another (larger) shipment from Manning ended up in Singapore somehow! They will return at some point in the next week. * The large Charing Cross Road bookshops (Foyles,

RE: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread dcross - David Cross
From: Michael Stevens [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 22 February 2001 10:46 On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 10:34:06AM -, dcross - David Cross wrote: * There are currently 100 copies in Europe. * Another (larger) shipment from Manning ended up in Singapore somehow! They will return at some point in

GnuPG::Interface CGI

2001-02-22 Thread James Powell
GnuPG::Interface seems to screw with CGI.pm, as it grabs stdin stdout through GnuPG::Handles. You end up getting repeated output in the browser. I don't suppose anyone else has combined the two, and even better come up with a solution? jp ps - these t-shirt suggestions are reminding me of

Re: GnuPG::Interface CGI

2001-02-22 Thread Steve Mynott
James Powell [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: ps - these t-shirt suggestions are reminding me of harry enfield loadsamoney "shut your mouth and look at my wad" 80s shirts! What about "Larry says Relax"? -- 1024/D9C69DF9 steve mynott [EMAIL PROTECTED] "the right to be heard does not

Re: Fwd: MacWorld Tokyo Keynote Report

2001-02-22 Thread James Powell
G4 "tit" Powerbook? [insert joke] On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 11:18:10AM +, Neil Ford wrote: For anyone interested. Neil Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2001 02:48:59 + To: lmug-talk-yahoogroups.com From: Neil Ford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Tokyo Keynote Report Cc: Bcc: X-Attachments:

Re: Fwd: MacWorld Tokyo Keynote Report

2001-02-22 Thread Steve Mynott
James Powell [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: G4 "tit" Powerbook? [insert joke] It's the Thinkpads with the nipples... -- 1024/D9C69DF9 steve mynott [EMAIL PROTECTED] only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and i'm not sure about the former. --albert einstein

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Robin Szemeti
On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, you wrote: Perl t-shirt ideas * "Muttley is a Arsehole" (let's see Randall complain about that) See Randal complain about that .. you'll see me complain about that. ... I mean .. people will laugh and mock us how could you .. it should be "Muttley is an

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Mark Fowler
... I mean .. people will laugh and mock us how could you .. it should be "Muttley is an Arsehole" .. I dunno, such poor grammar these days :)) No, just poor typing I'm afraid. This would only work however if Simon printed and distributed the T-shirts ;-) -- print

Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread Robert Shiels
I don't know what disturbs me more - my books being sold by Amazon or my books being bought by III :) Dave... I want to buy a book "Code" by Charles Petzold. streetsonline - not available whsmith 12.45 + 2.74 = 15.19 delivery 1-2 weeks bol.com 12.59 + 2.95 = 15.54 delivery 3-7 days

Amazon (was: RE: DMP Availability)

2001-02-22 Thread dcross - David Cross
From: Robert Shiels [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 22 February 2001 11:59 I want to buy a book "Code" by Charles Petzold. streetsonline - not available whsmith 12.45 + 2.74 = 15.19 delivery 1-2 weeks bol.com 12.59 + 2.95 = 15.54 delivery 3-7 days pcbooks 13.99 + 3.50 = 17.49 next day delivery

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Richard Clamp
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 10:43:10AM +, Michael Stevens wrote: On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 09:53:24PM +, Jonathan Stowe wrote: On Wed, 21 Feb 2001, Michael Stevens wrote: Pony::Pony Only if it has the open sourced code of the module on the back :) I think Mr Clamp has been doing

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Michael Stevens
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:24:46PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: I think Mr Clamp has been doing initial development on this, but has not yet released his code. Okay, it's pre pre alpha, it does nothing, and it's not even an very good way of doing the nothing it does. Perhaps a sourceforge

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Richard Clamp
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:27:07PM +, Michael Stevens wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:24:46PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: Okay, it's pre pre alpha, it does nothing, and it's not even an very good way of doing the nothing it does. I haven't even recieved this mail yet - hmmm. Perhaps

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Michael Stevens
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:29:45PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: Or the london.pm server, on which we could do straight cvs, or even install the lumbering beast that is sourceforge. I nominate dadadodo as the pumpking for this. I think he should collaborate with dipsy. Michael

Re: Amazon (was: RE: DMP Availability)

2001-02-22 Thread Dominic Mitchell
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:06:32PM -, dcross - David Cross wrote: Since I gave up Amazon, I've found myself going into bookshops more. Browsing in a bookshop is still _by far_ the best way to buy books. And I end up buying more books. That's the problem! -Dom

Re: Amazon (was: RE: DMP Availability)

2001-02-22 Thread Aaron Trevena
On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, dcross - David Cross wrote: Since I gave up Amazon, I've found myself going into bookshops more. Browsing in a bookshop is still _by far_ the best way to buy books. AOL And I end up buying more books. Because for each book that I got into the shop looking for, I find

Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread Richard Clamp
This is very off-topic, but it's too late now :) I have a B registered Sierra to get shot of[1], no tax, no mot, runs (though right now the battery is very flat) Any takers? Email me off-list. [1] As I now have an old old camper van :) -- Richard Clamp [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread Greg McCarroll
* Richard Clamp ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: This is very off-topic, but it's too late now :) I have a B registered Sierra to get shot of[1], no tax, no mot, runs (though right now the battery is very flat) Why not turn bits of it into a robot wars entry? We could use a London.pm entry. --

Re: Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Thorn
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 02:30:00PM +, Greg McCarroll wrote: * Richard Clamp ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: This is very off-topic, but it's too late now :) I have a B registered Sierra to get shot of[1], no tax, no mot, runs (though right now the battery is very flat) Why not turn

Class::DBI + job posting

2001-02-22 Thread Jonathan Peterson
Class::DBI looks groovy. Does anyone know why it might not be? And on a related note, I'm a'hunting for junior to middle [Li]*nuxy sysadmin bods for a shoreditch type web design company 'table tennis table in the office' type gig. Any suggestions please send my way or talk to me this evening.

Re: Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread Richard Clamp
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 01:33:45PM +, Dave Thorn wrote: have you *seen* the car?! :) Shush, I'm trying to get rid of it :) -- Richard Clamp [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread Greg McCarroll
* Dave Thorn ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 02:30:00PM +, Greg McCarroll wrote: * Richard Clamp ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: This is very off-topic, but it's too late now :) I have a B registered Sierra to get shot of[1], no tax, no mot, runs (though right

Re: Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread Dominic Mitchell
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 02:30:00PM +, Greg McCarroll wrote: * Richard Clamp ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: This is very off-topic, but it's too late now :) I have a B registered Sierra to get shot of[1], no tax, no mot, runs (though right now the battery is very flat) Why not turn

Re: Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Thorn
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 01:35:13PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 01:33:45PM +, Dave Thorn wrote: have you *seen* the car?! :) Shush, I'm trying to get rid of it :) that's what I mean. It's great, it'd crush all the competition and spoil the series for everyone

Re: Class::DBI + job posting

2001-02-22 Thread Michael Stevens
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 01:31:42PM -, Jonathan Peterson wrote: Class::DBI looks groovy. Does anyone know why it might not be? Doesn't work in 5.004_04. This may be a problem in some situations. Michael

Re: Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread David Cantrell
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 01:35:13PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 01:33:45PM +, Dave Thorn wrote: have you *seen* the car?! :) Shush, I'm trying to get rid of it :) Does it still have a washing machine stuck in the back? -- David Cantrell | [EMAIL PROTECTED] |

RE: Class::DBI + job posting

2001-02-22 Thread dcross - David Cross
From: Greg McCarroll [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 22 February 2001 14:38 * Jonathan Peterson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Any suggestions please send my way or talk to me this evening. is there a meeting this evening? This is a troll, right? You wouldn't really waste the list's time asking

RE: Class::DBI + job posting

2001-02-22 Thread Jonathan Peterson
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Greg McCarroll is there a meeting this evening? http://penderel.state51.co.uk/

Re: Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread Greg McCarroll
* David Cantrell ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 01:35:13PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 01:33:45PM +, Dave Thorn wrote: have you *seen* the car?! :) Shush, I'm trying to get rid of it :) Does it still have a washing machine stuck in the

RE: Class::DBI + job posting

2001-02-22 Thread dcross - David Cross
From: Jonathan Peterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 22 February 2001 13:46 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Greg McCarroll is there a meeting this evening? http://penderel.state51.co.uk/ AKA http://london.pm.org (probably easier

Re: Class::DBI + job posting

2001-02-22 Thread Greg McCarroll
* dcross - David Cross ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: You wouldn't really waste the list's time asking questions that could be answered far more easily by checking the web page, would you? sorry for the waste of time - i'll get back to my discussion about changing richard's sierra into a lean

Re: Class::DBI + job posting

2001-02-22 Thread David Cantrell
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 02:55:50PM +, Greg McCarroll wrote: of course, i just thought today was a thursday between the 22nd and the 1st Eh? Is there something special about the first? -- David Cantrell | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://www.cantrell.org.uk/david/ Any technology

Re: Car giveaway

2001-02-22 Thread Jonathan Stowe
On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, Greg McCarroll wrote: * Richard Clamp ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: This is very off-topic, but it's too late now :) I have a B registered Sierra to get shot of[1], no tax, no mot, runs (though right now the battery is very flat) Why not turn bits of it into a

Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread Philip Newton
Dave Cross wrote: Ah. An idea. I'll send a test to the list and cc you and me, so that we can see what's going on. In fact, I'll do it with this mail. Looks fine from over here. Here are the headers, in case you're interested: Received: from mailgw5.gedas.de (139.1.44.13 [139.1.44.13]) by

Testing - please ignore

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Cross
At Thu, 22 Feb 2001 09:54:50 -0500 (EST), Dave Cross [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ah. An idea. I'll send a test to the list and cc you and me, so that we can see what's going on. In fact, I'll do it with this mail. Bugger! Why did that work. This test doesn't have any CCs. Apologies if this

Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Cross
At Thu, 22 Feb 2001 14:32:39 + (GMT), Jonathan Stowe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, dcross - David Cross wrote: Dave... [still posting from Acxiom as the list is still eating mails I send from my dave.org.uk webmail] I havent seen any bounces from the list here ...

Re: Fwd: MacWorld Tokyo Keynote Report

2001-02-22 Thread Natalie Ford
At 11:31 22/02/01, you wrote: James Powell [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: G4 "tit" Powerbook? [insert joke] It's the Thinkpads with the nipples... No, sorry to be a spoilsport, but tit is short for titanium, in this instance...

No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Philip Newton
Someone brought up the possibility of the domain name london.pm. I wanted to know whether that was possible. .pm stands for St. Pierre et Miquelon, which belongs to France (if I'm not mistaken, that's two small islands off the coast of Canada), and AFNIC, the French NIC, is responsible for .pm.

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Richard Clamp
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 05:07:31PM +0100, Philip Newton wrote: So, no http://london.pm/ right now :-( But maybe in the future![1] Deja-Vu. We (being other people on the list, and not actually me) tried this about 2 years ago, with almost exactly the same results. Back then they were going

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Cross
At Thu, 22 Feb 2001 16:12:23 +, Richard Clamp [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 05:07:31PM +0100, Philip Newton wrote: So, no http://london.pm/ right now :-( But maybe in the future![1] Deja-Vu. We (being other people on the list, and not actually me) tried this

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread David Cantrell
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 04:12:23PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 05:07:31PM +0100, Philip Newton wrote: So, no http://london.pm/ right now :-( But maybe in the future![1] Deja-Vu. We (being other people on the list, and not actually me) tried this about 2 years

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Leon Brocard
Philip Newton sent the following bits through the ether: Someone brought up the possibility of the domain name london.pm. On a... related... topic: http://paris.mongueurs.net/ Leon -- Leon Brocard.http://www.astray.com/

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Philip Newton
Leon Brocard wrote: On a... related... topic: http://paris.mongueurs.net/ Wow. I especially like the second paragraph. It seemed like an exercise in "how many times can we fit the words qw[Paris France Perl] into three sentences". But the final sentence appears to bear them out :-) Cheers,

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Philip Newton
Dave Cross wrote: IIRC we also investigated the possibility of registering pm.org.uk, but Nominet have a silly rule that prevents anyone from having third level domains with only two characters :( You could try pm.org. Oh, wait, you've already got that ;). Cheers, Philip -- Philip Newton