Perl Crypt::PBKDF2 library with minimal dependencies

I’ve published a partially-compatible Crypt::PBKDF2 library with minimal dependencies on GitHub

Review would be both welcomed and appreciated.

Note that you should probably rather use the original library instead, unless you are running a very old Linux distribution. The official Crypt::PBKDF2 library requires Perl Moose, which isn’t available on old operating systems, which is the reason I’ve had to put this together. Sometimes you can’t just upgrade everything to the latest OS – it’s more complicated than that.

Been working on a facelift for the London Hackspace website

Before

London Hackspace Website - Before
London Hackspace Website – Before

After

London Hackspace Website - After
London Hackspace Website – After

Background

As you may know, I’m a member of the London Hackspace, a community-run Hacker Space in Hoxton. As a member, you get to play with pretty much everything: programming, Arduinos, electronics, and even Liquid Nitrogen (assuming the pledge goes well!).

I’ve taken some time to re-organise the homepage, based on an original design concept first discussed in 2011, using 960.gs and html5. I hope you like it! More importantly, I hope it helps build momentum at the space, and that they might get new members out of it.

I’m using the following historical image as a guideline – https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1909920/lhs-website-sketch-2011-01-08.png That sketch is something Russ’ friend put together, and Russ posted to the infrastructure group on 24th Jan 2011 (!) https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/london-hack-space-infrastructure/nUlZC7l3PmE shows the original emails.

Here’s the github link for the updates, assuming you’re that interested.