The other day I received this email from a user of one of my CPAN modules. This is what makes participating in an Open Source community really worth it! The tool he's talking about is XML::Rabbit.
During the summer season of 2012 (northern hemisphere) I've had the pleasure of being the coordinator of the iPXE network boot loader's participation in the Google Summer of Code program. This is a summary of what happened during the summer.
Recently, I was participating in the Moving to Moose hackathon at Preikestolen near Stavanger, Norway together with a lot of other Perl hackers.
I've just published a new project on GitHub, named znc-log-viewer, that might be useful for IRC junkies. If you use the ZNC IRC bouncer to keep you logged on to IRC all the time, you might've enabled the log module to avoid missing messages when you're not connected to the bouncer.
I recently upgraded my main computer to a new shiny Intel Z68-based motherboard with a 2nd generation Core i7. A really nice piece of hardware, I'd say. But while I was setting it up I had some very odd problem. When I plugged everything in and wanted to boot it, it just didn't want to boot any devices (but the EFI BIOS loaded without problems), it reset instead.