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13.07.2017: Using a DarkPAN with Carton
02.01.2017: Vienna.pm Meeting dates for 2017 (as calculated by Perl 6)
23.12.2016: Announcing Plack::Middleware::PrettyException
13.09.2016: Too dumb for TCP
04.09.2016: Alpine Perl Workshop 2016
26.08.2016: Things I learned at the European Perl Conference 2016 in Cluj
26.07.2016: App::TimeTracker::Command::TellSlack

Yet another App::TimeTracker plugin: App::TimeTracker::Command::TellSlack.

If you enable this plugin, and have your slack configured correctly (by adding an Incoming Webhook), every time you start or stop a task this will be posted to your slack channel:

I have to say that posting stuff to slack is really easy. No wonder people like it so much. Though I still want to check out matrix which is as easy and cool, but not centralized (and I can (or have to?) run it on my machines!)

If you don't know App::TimeTracker (or tracker, as the script is called), take a short look at the nice demo here (and if you've got a lot of time on your hand, you can read these (old) slides explaining the architecture and implementation).

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