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DATE 2021-04-26
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http://perlweekly.com/

You can read the newsletter on the web, if you prefer.
http://perlweekly.com/archive/509.html



Hi there!

The Perl Foundation has posted two reports from the CAT, the Community
Affairs Team. In one of them it was discussing actions taken agains two
individuals. They don't name the two people so I can only guess who they
are. The links were posted to the Perl Subreddit (
https://www.reddit.com/r/perl/ ) raising all kinds of claims agains it
claiming that the TPF post is a personal attack on someone. Subsequently
the post was removed from the Perl (Sub)Reddit.

It was unclear to me if the complaints against the post were made by those
who were (not) mentioned in the CAT report, their devoted friends, or just
by people who think that being nasty on an ongoing basis to others is an
acceptable behaviour, but talking about it and condeming it is not.

I had a tradition of posting a link to Perl Weekly to Reddit every time it
was published. I am afraid this time I won't be able to do it as this post
will be considered a personal attack on some unnamed person who seems to be
holy.

As for me, for a long time I have not felt part of some 'Perl community'. I
try to serve the people who use Perl, I work with people for whom Perl is
their main source of income. I like many of the people who are in and
around what some might call the 'Perl community', but due to the behaviour
of some individuals I also keep my distance. And frankly, I am sad.

Well, that's it for now

I hope you'll enjoy your week!

--
Your editor: Gabor Szabo.


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with excellent Modern Perl skills, ideally with Dancer, at least some
familiarity with JavaScript on the front-end, and an openness to learning
new things =E2=80=93 there=E2=80=99s a learning curve regarding the domai=
n knowledge, but
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Hi there!


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The Perl Foundation has posted two reports from the CAT, the Commun=
ity Affairs Team. In one of them it was discussing actions taken agains two=
individuals. They don't name the two people so I can only guess who they a=
re. The links were posted to the >Perl Subreddit raising all kinds of claims agains it claiming that the=
TPF post is a personal attack on someone. Subsequently the post was remove=
d from the Perl (Sub)Reddit.


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It was unclear to me if the complaints against the post were made b=
y those who were (not) mentioned in the CAT report, their devoted friends, =
or just by people who think that being nasty on an ongoing basis to others =
is an acceptable behaviour, but talking about it and condeming it is not.


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I had a tradition of posting a link to Perl Weekly to Reddit every =
time it was published. I am afraid this time I won't be able to do it as th=
is post will be considered a personal attack on some unnamed person who see=
ms to be holy.


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As for me, for a long time I have not felt part of some 'Perl commu=
nity'. I try to serve the people who use Perl, I work with people for whom =
Perl is their main source of income. I like many of the people who are in a=
nd around what some might call the 'Perl community', but due to the behavio=
ur of some individuals I also keep my distance. And frankly, I am sad.


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Well, that's it for now


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Don't forget to check out the 'Specific Comments' section.=
Always packed with cool magic.


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">Perl Weekly Challenge 109: Chowla Numbers

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Technical aspects of the task are discussed in details. Th=
anks Abigail.


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">Perl Weekly Challenge 109: Four Squares Puzzle

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Again, there are plenty of different ways to deal with tas=
k discussed in this blog post.


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ge 109

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I must thank Adam for keeping Prolog in the loop and givin=
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Arne once again not only shares his solution but also show=
s the internals as well. Keep it up.


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I loved the comparison between Perl and Python. You will d=
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Cheok-Yin took the challenge to another level. You have to=
check it out yourself. Keep it up.


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">Dividing Sums into Four Squares

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ums-into-four-squares%2F via -at-perlweekly">m/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">


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I liked how the beautiful Raku solution is presented. I wi=
sh Perl could be used to write code like this.


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by -at-jacobydave via -at-perlweekly">tter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">


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I loved the use of grep to solve the Chowla Numbers task. =
Great work.


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">PWC109 - Chowla Numbers

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109-chowla-numbers%2F by -at-polettix via -at-perlweekly">lweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">


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