[Israel.pm] another talk, maypole
gaal at forum2.org
Mon Apr 19 03:43:25 PDT 2004
I'm game anytime.
On Sun, Apr 18, 2004 at 08:02:53PM +0300, Yuval Yaari wrote:
> I hoped it was old news...
> On 24/03/04 Scott Weisman wrote to this list about it... Which doesn't
> make it really old, but people should have checked it out :)
> And hopefully people did hear about Apache::MVC...
> I haven't written anything with Maypole, but I am planning to write
> something up.
> I was thinking about CoffeeDB - like Simon's BeerDB.
> I will rank blends and companies. In coffee you also have companies
> making special blends for some coffee places, so I should also keep
> track of that.
> As for CDBI, I am no CDBI expert but I will write a lecture.
> Let me know as soon as you know when you'd like to present this lecture.
> If I won't have enough time to write it by that time, I'll present it
> one month later.
> As you can see I'm still at work in such hours (promising my girlfriend
> it's the last time everytime again... oh well...) but I'd find time to
> write about it.
> Ok it's really time to leave the office and stop reading mailing lists...
> Gaal Yahas wrote:
> >Maypole gathers all these nifty but disparate technologies together: the
> >magic I was talking about comes from a combination of Class::DBI::Loader,
> >Class::DBI::Loader::Relationship, and Class::DBI::AsForm, the latter two
> >of which havng been written by Simon Cozens. I just sent in a patch today
> >to CDBI::AsForm to make it magically handle enums where supported (mysql),
> >too. Simon was asking about many-to-many in the lists in propagation to
> >something I asked him on the maypole list :)
> >Anyway, I'm glad you're familiar with all this, but I don't know that
> >it's old news to most of us. There is a learning cost.
> >I don't know if I'll cover "enough" of CDBI. My plan is to get people
> >to know this module exists and to make it easier for them to start
> >using it than it was for me. The idea is not to produce CDBI experts;
> >I'm certainly not one myself.
> >But if you are, how's this idea: I'll give *my* talk as the preface,
> >and then you can delve into the details! :)
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