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Test new modules in a sandbox before installing them using INSTALL_BASE or cpanm -L...

Test new versions of perl in a sandbox before installing them :) you can install many different portable perl distributions like strawberry/citrusperl or the .zip download of activestate (provide you edit install.bat), and most good ones won't diddle your registry to add themselves to path or setupassociations if you ask :)
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    [LanX]: well, me was kidding!
    [marto]: One of the main train stations is right across the road, so handy from that perspective, and there are some nice hotels in the area, but it's not great after dark, or sometimes during the day to be honest
    [LanX]: not easy to find good and affordable venues ...
    [marto]: hmm, there are several universities and colleges handy that I'd have thought would offer such services, given this is out of term time, I've no experience of paying for venues :)
    [LanX]: OK ...
    [LanX]: I have no idea how Mark scouted, giving that he lives in London ... but I think he mentioned his wife being Scottish
    [marto]: ah, so this is payback :P
    [LanX]: problem with booking venues is that you only know the number of participants a week in advance. ..
    [marto]: I guess most cities have areas similar to this, I tend not to mind personally, but would not go out of my way to head down that way
    [marto]: it'll probably be fine.

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