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Re: Exploring Type::Tiny Part 2: Using Type::Tiny with Moose

by liz (Monsignor)
on Aug 04, 2018 at 15:17 UTC ( #1219854=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Exploring Type::Tiny Part 2: Using Type::Tiny with Moose

OOC, is it nowadays common to copy an article from blogs,perl.org verbatim to PerlMonks? Instead of just posting a link in news or somesuch?
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Re^2: Exploring Type::Tiny Part 2: Using Type::Tiny with Moose
by hippo (Chancellor) on Aug 06, 2018 at 08:14 UTC

    No, but then this isn't copying an article. Rather this is an author publishing their article on two separate sites. Given the transience of some other sites it is quite possible that blogs.perl.org will go the way of use.perl.org at some point. By publishing in the Monastery the chances of the content being lost* over time are diminished.

    * Yes there is the wayback machine but does anyone browse that for old use.perl.org articles these days?

Re^2: Exploring Type::Tiny Part 2: Using Type::Tiny with Moose
by marto (Archbishop) on Aug 06, 2018 at 12:18 UTC

    Hi liz. Previously I've added links to the Perl News section to announce blogs.perl posts, but I was not the author of any of the linked posts. Posting here could arguably reach people who don't follow the blogs.perl site, and also has a benefit in so much that with Anonymous Monk the barrier for participation is lower, should anyone which to discuss anything relating to the post they don't have to be registered anywhere.

Re^2: Exploring Type::Tiny Part 2: Using Type::Tiny with Moose
by LanX (Archbishop) on Aug 05, 2018 at 02:29 UTC
    Why? We are not really overwhelmed with all those other interesting meditations here.

    Though maybe he could add cross links.

    - LanX

Re^2: Exploring Type::Tiny Part 2: Using Type::Tiny with Moose
by kcott (Bishop) on Aug 05, 2018 at 20:29 UTC

    G'day liz,

    As AM Update: "the referenced node has been reassigned to LanX" - PM from erzuuli (signed "-LanX") said, a cross-link might have been useful. So, just for the record, here's the PM Part1: "Exploring Type::Tiny Part 1: Using Type::Params for Validating Function Parameters".

    I had a look at the timestamps on both postings. They're very close. Given timezone differences (and possibly other factors) I can't tell which was posted first; I'm seeing roughly 9 hours difference between the two, I'm UTC+10.00, I've no idea of the "blogs" server's timezone.

    — Ken

      Imho both should be cross linked, for pretty much the same reason like with questions:

      A reader might want to see the discussions elsewhere before reinventing a "wheel" of replies.

      Cheers Rolf
      (addicted to the Perl Programming Language :)
      Wikisyntax for the Monastery FootballPerl is like chess, only without the dice

      Nine hours? Nah, more like ten minutes. Blogs.perl.org first, then dumbed down the HTML for Perlmonks.

        "Nine hours?"

        I don't know why you're questioning that.

        I said "I'm seeing roughly 9 hours difference" [my added emphasis]. On PM I see: "Jul 31, 2018 at 04:49 AEST". On "blogs" I see: "July 30, 2018 7:40 PM". Without knowing the timezone of "blogs", there's no way of knowing what the real difference is.

        "Nah, more like ten minutes. Blogs.perl.org first, then dumbed down the HTML for Perlmonks."

        ++ Thanks for the clarification.

        — Ken

Re^2: Exploring Type::Tiny Part 2: Using Type::Tiny with Moose
by 1nickt (Abbot) on Aug 06, 2018 at 08:23 UTC

    *That's* your feedback on a well-written, informative tutorial on a powerful, extremely *useful* and widely-*used* piece of Perl infrastructure?

    Toby, please keep posting despite the negative nellies, butterfly boosters and pedants who have not contributed a fraction of what you have to modern Perl development.

    The way forward always starts with a minimal test.
      OOC, is it nowadays common to copy an article from blogs,perl.org verbatim to PerlMonks? Instead of just posting a link in news or somesuch?

      I was just curious (Out Of Curiosity!) if that was a thing to do or not on PerlMonks. I haven't really been participating in PerlMonks for the longest time. And from what I remembered, copy-pasting was at least at one time something that was less appreciated.

      I did not say anything about the article (which I think is very well written, that's why I +-ed it), I just had a question about the process.

      I however do resent being described as a negative nelly or as a pedant. I don't think I deserve that.

      So please stop doing that.

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      *That's* your reaction to a neutral question? You saw some criticism where there was none. You are using negative words, and insults, to somebody who has done a load of support to Perl in general, both Perl 5 and Perl 6.
        A reply falls below the community's threshold of quality. You may see it by logging in.
      Ad hominem, as usual. :(

      Cheers Rolf
      (addicted to the Perl Programming Language :)
      Wikisyntax for the Monastery FootballPerl is like chess, only without the dice

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