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by ZZamboni (Curate)
on Mar 24, 2000 at 00:41 UTC ( #5999=user: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

In case you are interested: I graduated from Purdue back in August, and moved to Switzerland with my wife. I'm now working at the IBM Zurich Research Lab, and having a great time so far, although adaptation has been harder than I expected, not only to the new job (that's the easy part), but to the new country, culture and language.

Now back to our scheduled programming...

I am the author of the PerlMonks:: modules, which are used by several programs to provide different clients to interface with the PerlMonks site.

August 20, 2002: Big PerlMonks modules update! I have finally managed to put it all on, including the web page. If you would like to have access to the CVS, please drop me a note.

The following programs use the PerlMonks modules. If you know of another one (or are the author), please let me know and I'll add it to the list.

Clients that use the PerlMonks 2.0 interface:

Clients that use the original PerlMonksChat 1.0 interface:

These clients also work if you have PerlMonksChat 2.0 installed, because it is backwards compatible.

Other stuff:
  • The talk I presented at the Perl Conference 4.0 in July 2000. The talk is titled "Building an Intrusion Detection System with Perl".
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[jedikaiti]: Hi Monks
[GrandFather]: HI jedikaiti. Collected more 73p data this morning. Rubbish sky though. Seeing was between 5 and 9 arc seconds FWHM with thin cloud drifting through :(
[GrandFather]: Still, at least some of the images are good enough to get reasonable astrometry. Well, good enough for a good plate solve anyway

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