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Hey.

I've also got a ipaq running familiar. I didn't find the perl distribution earlier tho, so I rolled my own, but it didn't exactly work too well, so it's great to hear there's a distriubtion that provides all that stuff.

I think it would be a great idea to support the pimPAQ project, but I sorta feel that familiar lacks a window manager properly suited for a handheld. Also, I'm somewhat disapointed by the handwriting recognition, it''s hard to type fast on the virtual keyboard, so if I want to program perl on the move, I think I prefer my Powerbook G4 :) But the notion that you could write your own utilities for the ipaq in perl appeals to me, so I think I'm going to look further into that :)

Hopefully familiar has a future =)

qw[marcus]


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in thread Perl on Familliar Linux. by frankus

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    [james28909]: and that is also anothe rpoint i made, i think it has to do with perception of the world around you. most people think of evolution on a human scale. why could life evolve on this planet? because this planet evolved in this solar system. and so on.
    [holli]: here's something for you to watch, James. I think you will like it
    [erix]: for the record: I have not downvoted anyone on that subthread that was my fault
    [james28909]: there are all kinds of things that had to happen to let life come to be. but at the same time, life may not be the end goal IF there is any kind of end goal lol
    [james28909]: well who is the person who gets to decide which behaviour is worthy of a downvote? a person with their own beliefs? xD
    [erix]: teleology -- I've never understood why that was thunk up
    [erix]: ( and when teleology was brought up, during my biology-study., I couldn't get an answer either )
    [1nickt]: FTR I agree with you about "design." Just not sure about the trajectory of evolution. THere are a lot of dead-ends in the evolutionary paths. I suspect homo sapiens is just one of them.
    [james28909]: thanks for the vid holli, i do like it. thanks for sharing :)

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