Strangely Consistent

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Week 7 of Web.pm — blogs, Hitomi and server agnosticism

Cheezburgrz 4 teh n00b kittehs, theys can has teh Ceiling.
Cheezburgrz 4 teh sad kittehs, theys can has petting.
Cheezburgrz 4 teh m33k kittehs, theys can has teh urfs.
Cheezburgrz 4 teh kittehs who sez "I can has gud, plz?", theys can has it.
Cheezburgrz 4 teh kittehs dat no pwns, Ceiling Cat no pwnz0rz thems.
Cheezburgrz 4 teh kittehs wiff purr in hartz, theys can sees Ceiling Cat.
Cheezburgrz 4 teh kittehs dat sez shhhhh!, Ceiling Cat is liek "u mai kittehs."
Cheezburgrz 4 teh kittehs dat gets pwned by otehrs fur haz gud, theys can has teh Ceiling too.
Cheezburgrz if otehrs be liek "DO NOT WANT" 2 u, an liez abt u, coz of meh.
B teh happys n party, coz u can has cookiez n cakez in Ceiling. Iz liek wen theys been liek "DO NOT WANT" to all teh holee kittehs b4. — Matthew 5:3-12

Another nice week with Web.pm. They usually start out slow, as if to give me some breathing-room after writing the previous week's summary, and then they just tend to take off, with more and more leads to follow. Furthermore, this increase seems to become stronger each week — a kind of meta-increase, if you will.

All in all, a lot is happening, and my weekly agenda is starting to write itself to some extent. People are actually coming up to me on IRC and asking about Web.pm, which is both exhilirating and a bit scary. Need to fix all those things that don't work yet...

I wish to thank The Perl Foundation for sponsoring the Web.pm effort.