Lightning Talks at OSCON

First HalfSecond Half
YUI CSS for Programmers
by Vani Raja
configure_requires
by Eric Wilhelm
How Long Is Five Minutes?
by Michael G Schwern
MoveMyData.org
by Julian Cash
Blame Schwern
by Michael G Schwern
DBD::Gofer: A Stateless DBI Proxy. For SOA and more!
by Tim Bunce
The most fun you've had with smtp in years!
by Ask Bj�rn Hansen
DashProfiler
by Tim Bunce
Catalyst in 5 Minutes
by Jonathan Rockway
Open Sourcing Webservice definitions
by Michael Potter
Blogging with Catalyst
by Jonathan Rockway
A Rant on Many Topics
by Andy Lester
What Volunteer Coordinators could teach Open Source
by Rebekah Golden
Stop saying "Script"!
by Andy Lester
TAP::Parser
by Eric Wilhelm
SVN::Notify::Mirror
by John Peacock
A short breakPerl, in a Nutshell
by Chris Nandor

The long version

YUI CSS for Programmers
by Vani Raja
The abridged version of the YUI CSS talk most of you missed while catching up with Larry during the Perl 6 Update. :-)
http://webchic.net/talks
(Programming)
How Long Is Five Minutes?
by Michael G Schwern
How can you estimate how much work you can do in a day if you don't know when five minutes has passed?

(Programming)
Blame Schwern
by Michael G Schwern
Often I hear people propose projects with the preface "there should be" or "someone should do". Sometimes they're lazy and want someone else to do the work, which is fine. But sometimes they're looking for permission. I propose a fix for the latter.

(Rant)
The most fun you've had with smtp in years!
by Ask Bj�rn Hansen
A quick introduction to an smtpd that does what you want.
http://smtpd.develooper.com/
(Programming)
Catalyst in 5 Minutes
by Jonathan Rockway
Having trouble getting started with Catalyst? This talk will get you over the initial bump and on your way to Catalyst bliss.
http://dev.catalystframework.org/
(Programming)
Blogging with Catalyst
by Jonathan Rockway
Angerwhale is a Catalyst-based blog package that knows who you are without ever requiring registration. It accepts input in pretty much any format and makes it look nice for the web. It caches aggressively and is nice-n-fast. We'll talk a bit about the MVC architecture, modularization, and testing. Angry whales not included.
http://www.angerwhale.org/
(Programming)
What Volunteer Coordinators could teach Open Source
by Rebekah Golden
The job of a volunteer coordinator is to fill every task an organization wants accomplished and find a niche for every person who wants to contribute time - be it just one afternoon or every Tuesday and Thursday morning for the rest of their lives. Non-profits take advantage of the skills that volunteer coordinators have - here's what Open Source can learn from a sometimes volunteer coordinator and sometimes geek.

(Other)
TAP::Parser
by Eric Wilhelm
A quick overview of the TAP::Parser project, how it plans to become TAP::Harness 3.0, and what you can do to help.
http://testanything.org
(Programming)
configure_requires
by Eric Wilhelm
New developments in the CPAN installation toolchain to support future changes and bugfixes.

(Serious)
MoveMyData.org
by Julian Cash
Your content and data should be yours to manage and do with as you please. Your images, writing, tags, profile, blog entries, comments, testimonials, video, and music should be yours to download and move anyplace you want. For more look at http://www.MoveMyData.org
http://www.MoveMyData.org
(Serious)
DBD::Gofer: A Stateless DBI Proxy. For SOA and more!
by Tim Bunce
DBD::Gofer is a new, flexible, modular, high performance proxy architecture for the Perl DBI. With plugable transport layers including ssh, gearman, and http. Using the http transport it supports scaling and high availability using standard web technologies like caching proxies and load balancers. Effectively turning the DBI into a scalable web service.

(Programming)
DashProfiler
by Tim Bunce
How to do flexible and efficient application block scope and object lifespan profiling using the new DashProfiler module.

(Programming)
Open Sourcing Webservice definitions
by Michael Potter
There are several organizations working on standardizing messages. ANSI, Acord, .... but all these organizations have limited scope and high barriers to entry. I am exploring the possibility of developing a website for the purpose of collaboration in the developing definitions of web services.

(Programming)
A Rant on Many Topics
by Andy Lester
rant

(Rant)
Stop saying "Script"!
by Andy Lester
Perl programs are PROGRAMS, not SCRIPTS. Stop saying script!

(Funny)
SVN::Notify::Mirror
by John Peacock
Keeping multiple websites with testing, staging, and production servers in sync with a Subversion repository without going mad.

(Programming)
Perl, in a Nutshell
by Chris Nandor
I'll be performing a song about Perl.

(Funny)

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