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After being poked and prodded a lot by chromatic, I started work on the content for a book about DBIx::Class... I'm still working on it!
Had enough of not being able to find other BGG users locally, as the "find user" functionality that BGG supplies can only show/find users in the USA. Pulled the data from the "United Kingdom" page into a local dump and created an OSM map displaying it. Over 9000 UK users with location data!
Current implementation is a bit crude, data is scraped from the BGG pages into a local Storable cache, then geo-located, then pulled from the cache and filtered by page requests. Should probably GitHub this.
Spent some time tidying up the blog software, which I was also using for turning the docs directory. Now it shows the table of contents file (if available) when an unknown file is requested, and supports sub-directories of content.
I was granted some monies by the Enlightened Perl Organisation to write some docs on using DBIx::Class for SQL hackers. These will be structured a little like the tutorial, but with emphasis placed on conversion from existing SQL usage.
I've started searching for perl signals, see Looking for Perl Signals
Finally replaced my now non-existant Stikkit-based blog with some code of my own, after failing to find anything as useful.