After coming back from YAPC::Europe,
Briac and I decided to follow Ingy's advice and look into
"webchat", by Gisle Aas.
Webchat is in fact webchatpp, a preprocessor that
reads your chat script and turns it into a Perl script using
LWP::UserAgent. And a library, named WWW::Chat.
We are trying to add lots of useful stuff and docs and tests to this
cool program, but we don't want to break any old webchat script.
So what I am asking for here, is a list of links to webchat script
you wrote (and that work). Or you can email them to me, for example at
the following address: book at netcourrier dot com.
Thanks a lot in advance!
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