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I'm working on an interesting library for Perl network programming. It's a high-level framework for writing multiplexed-connection state machines, such as chat servers, distributed filesystems, etc. It's part of a project for my work, Schoolsnet (Australia), but I think they'll let me open source it. A prototype is working, but I'm going to object-orientify it now so that there's some chance it will be maintainable.

This Advogato thing is great - I prob. would never bother to keep a diary otherwise, although I think it's very helpful even if personal, not private!

I'm looking for friends...! Mail me on 'sam@internal.schools.net.au' if you feel like it. No homepage yet - but I'm working on a good one...

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