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Following up on our early video on "How to Use Code Tags and Format Posts @UNIX.com | The UNIX and Linux Forums",

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This 4K video is for both new moderators and forum members interested in forum moderation.

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https://www.unix.com/
Also note: In the video I mentioned removing legacy menu items in the ModCP which are unused. I have already "CSS'ed out" the unused menu items:

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WebService::YouTube::Util(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			    WebService::YouTube::Util(3pm)

NAME
WebService::YouTube::Util - Utility for WebService::YouTube VERSION
This document describes WebService::YouTube::Util version 1.0.3 SYNOPSIS
use WebService::YouTube::Util; # Get an URI of RSS my $uri = WebService::YouTube::Util->rss_uri( 'global', 'recently_added' ); # Get an URI of REST API my $uri = WebService::YouTube::Util->rest_uri( $dev_id, 'youtube.videos.list_by_tag', { tag => 'monkey' } ); # Get a downloadable URI my $uri = WebService::YouTube::Util->get_video_uri('rdwz7QiG0lk'); # Get a video which type is .flv my $content = WebService::YouTube::Util->get_video('rdwz7QiG0lk'); DESCRIPTION
This is an utility for WebService::YouTube. SUBROUTINES
/METHODS rss_uri( $type, $arg ) Returns a URI of RSS. $type should be 'global' or 'tag' or 'user'. $arg is required when $type is 'tag' or 'user'. rest_uri( $dev_id, $method, \%fields ) Returns a URI of REST API. $dev_id is your developer ID of YouTube. $method is a method name like a 'youtube.*.*'. %fields can contain optional parameter. get_video_uri( $video, \%args ) Returns a downloadable URI of $video. $video should be a video ID or a WebService::YouTube::Video object. %args can contain some optional arguments. ua LWP::UserAgent object get_video( $video, \%args ) Returns a downloaded content of $video. $video should be a video ID or a WebService::YouTube::Video object. %args can contain some optional arguments. ua LWP::UserAgent object DIAGNOSTICS
type of ... is not supported No such RSS. The type should be 'global' or 'tag' or 'user'. got a page but it is invalid page Maybe, YouTube is being maintained. :-) CONFIGURATION AND ENVIRONMENT
WebService::YouTube::Util requires no configuration files or environment variables. DEPENDENCIES
WebService::YouTube, LWP::UserAgent, URI::Escape INCOMPATIBILITIES
None reported. BUGS AND LIMITATIONS
No bugs have been reported. Please report any bugs or feature requests to "bug-webservice-youtube@rt.cpan.org", or through the web interface at <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=WebService-YouTube>. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes. AUTHOR
Hironori Yoshida <yoshida@cpan.org> LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic. perl v5.10.1 2009-01-20 WebService::YouTube::Util(3pm)

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