[Catalyst] problem with Catalyst::Plugin::I18N

Matt S Trout dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Tue May 23 12:12:40 CEST 2006

A. Pagaltzis wrote:
> * mock <mock at obscurity.org> [2006-05-22 15:25]:
>> Somewhere there is a law about the internets, where five
>> seconds after you post to a mailing list, the typo you made
>> becomes glaringly obvious.
>     Another effective technique is to explain your code to
>     someone else. This will often cause you to explain the bug to
>     yourself. Sometimes it takes no more than a few sentences,
>     followed by an embarrassed “Never mind, I see what's wrong.
>     Sorry to bother you.” This works remarkably well; you can
>     even use non-programmers as listeners. One university
>     computer center kept a teddy bear near the help desk.
>     Students with mysterious bugs were required to explain them
>     to the bear before they could speak to a human counselor.
>     — Brian W Kernighan & Rob Pike, “Debugging”, _The Practice of
>       Programming_ 
> Slide set #3 for the lecture notes for UMelbourne CS 252 is also
> nice (<http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/252/notes/lectures/>).

Most common printable comment from DBIx-Class contributors to me 
on-channel: "Thanks, Teddy Bear"

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