TPF to participate in Google Season of Docs

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Google Summer of Code is making great progress. I appreciate everyone's help so far.

Separately, The Perl Foundation plans to participate in the first edition of Google Season of Docs. This initiative will fund writers to help improve the documentation of open source projects, and TPF will be applying to improve the documentation of the Perl 6 language. This documentation effort started in 2012 and is fully volunteer based. It's mostly complete and has proven to be helpful for new users, but it has got two main issues: getting updated for the 6.d release (November 2018) and tackle some gaps in the documentation of exceptions and precompilation.

TPF welcomes contributions to the documentation as well as all its other projects, inside or outside the Season of Docs.

If you are interested in participating as a writer or proposing new project ideas, check the season of docs site as well as Perl 6 documentation ideas site. Feel free to get in touch with JJ Merelo for questions.

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