I have used Debian for many years now, though I find myself using
Ubuntu more these days as I run a kind-of-distribution internally at
work based on Ubuntu and Debian for about 6500 users. I have been
making Debian packages internally at work for the last few years as
part of this, and wrote a whole buildsystem to support this in Perl.
Tim Retout gave an inspiring talk today for the Hampshire LUG, it was
so inspiring in fact, that I have decided to actually start packaging
some perl modules for Debian as a result (having attempted to get
involved with Debian for years, and never quite succeeding)
I am sure I will have questions on Perl packaging, but for now just
wanted to say hi to everyone!
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