Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #webwork, 2012-11-29

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23:26 mgage Paul_Pearson: hi
23:26 Paul_Pearson hi
23:27 mgage just sent you an email -- do you just want the sign in logs?
23:29 Paul_Pearson do the sign in logs have dates and times?
23:30 mgage yes -- but of the time they actually logged in to the course -- not every time they view a new page in the course
23:30 mgage there is also a transaction log -- it's about 10MB
23:31 Paul_Pearson does the transaction log have user + date + time info?
23:32 mgage looks like this:
23:32 mgage [Thu Nov 29 17:58:10 2012] 1    8.2_Eigenvalue_method   elizabeth.billquist     Library/FortLewis/DiffEq/3-Linear-systems/01-Intro-to-systems/Lebl-3-1-02.pg      1       -1      2001    0.5     11234
23:32 mgage AnSwEr0001
23:32 mgage AnSwEr0002
23:32 mgage 4e^(t)  0       2
23:32 Paul_Pearson If you're already there and it's not going to take much time, could you send both and I'll sort things out on my end?  Thanks!
23:33 mgage I probably can't send that big a file via email
23:34 Paul_Pearson If the file is chronologically ordered, could you send info from the transaction file for today?
23:34 mgage kk
23:35 Paul_Pearson Thanks for taking the time to do this.
23:45 mgage ok -- they are both sent -- we'll see if the transaction file makes it to you

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