• TPF Board Meeting Minutes for March 2020 Tue, 31-Mar-2020 by Makoto Nozaki

    TPF Board members meet every month and here is minutes for March 2020 meeting. Attendees TPCiH Team Todd Rinaldo Dawn Wallis Lena Hand TPF Admin Nic Evans Board Stuart Mackintosh Curtis Poe Dave Rolsky Dan Wright Ricardo Signes Pete Krawczyk Makoto Nozaki TPCiH Note This discussion was held a few days before the decision

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  • Grant Cancellation: blogs.perl.org update Mon, 30-Mar-2020 by Coke

    I'm sad to announce that the long running grant to revitalize blogs.perl.org is being closed out and will not be completed. André Walker's work in progress is available in this github repository: https://github.com/andrewalker/PearlBee André has put a lot of work into this grant thanks to him for the effort.

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  • Maintaining Perl 5 (Tony Cook): Januar 2020 Grant Report Mon, 30-Mar-2020 by Matthias Bloch

    Approximately 54 tickets were reviewed, and 8 patches were applied

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  • Announcement: TPRCiC 2020 Sun, 29-Mar-2020 by IrishPebbles

    In this issue:

    • About the Conference in the Cloud
    • Be part of it all - Organizer spots open!
    • Call for Talks
    • Re-submit your Talk from TPCiH!
    • How to Reach TPRCiC Organizers
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  • Grants: February 2019 Votes Sat, 28-Mar-2020 by Coke

    The Grants Committee has concluded the voting of the January/February 2019 round. There was one proposal this round, which was approved funded.

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  • Update on TPCiH 2020 and COVID-19 Tue, 24-Mar-2020 by IrishPebbles

    In this issue: TPCiH 2020 is Canceled Save the Dates for 2021 Stay Tuned TPC::EU 2020 Contact us TPCiH 2020 is Canceled The organizers of the The Perl and Raku Conference in Houston and board members of The Perl Foundation have been closely monitoring the developments around COVID-19. We have agreed that, at this time, it is in the best interest of the community to postpone The Perl and Raku

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  • TPCiH - Newsletter #4 Fri, 20-Mar-2020 by IrishPebbles

    In this issue: We lost a friend Coronavirus and TPCiH Contact us Goodbye, DrForr The whole organizing team for The Perl and Raku Conference was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of our dear friend, Community Volunteer, frequent presenter, Perl developer, and RakuLang advocate. Jeff Goff aka DrForr is, and will continue to be, missed. Coronavirus and TPCiH Organizers of the TPCiH and board members of The Perl Foundation

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  • February report of the Perl 6 Development Grant of Jonathan Worthington Tue, 10-Mar-2020 by Matthias Bloch

    Jonathan writes:

    After a hiatus for a wide range of reasons, I'm back to work on the performance and reliability grant. Most of my work during February was on fixing bugs - more than 15 of them, ranging from relatively straightforward to multi-hour optimizer bug hunts.

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  • Introducing the TPF Community Affairs Team Sun, 08-Mar-2020 by Stuart J Mackintosh

    I would like to share with you the development of our initiative which has the aim of maintaining healthy and welcoming Perl and Raku communities. The Perl Foundation is supporting the creation of a Community Affairs Team known as the CAT This initiative has developed through many conversations with members of the community via on-line chat and in person at various events over the last 9 months. It has two

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  • Outreachy project published Sat, 29-Feb-2020 by Makoto Nozaki

    I am pleased to announce our project in Outreachy. Currently we are looking for an intern. Project registration: Improve the code quality of the Perl backend of Open Food Facts Project Description Improve the code quality of the Perl backend of Open Food Facts Open Food Facts is a Wikipedia for food products: a collaborative database of food products, with a backend written in Perl. Over the last 8 years,

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  • TPF Board Meeting Minutes for February 2020 Sat, 29-Feb-2020 by Makoto Nozaki

    TPF Board members meet every month and here is minutes for February 2020 meeting. Attendees Stuart J Mackintosh Pete Krawczyk Dave Rolsky Dan Wright Makoto Nozaki Items discussed FOSDEM 2020 debrief The TPF stand was successful. Thank you volunteers We intend to apply for a stand and devroom in 2021 TPF CAT progress TPC::NA 2020 prep TPC::NA 2021 planning Fundraising Raku trademark

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  • Grant Proposal: Revising Perl's open and perlopentut manual pages Tue, 25-Feb-2020 by Coke

    Title Revising Perl's open and perlopentut manual pages for clarity and completeness Synopsis The manual page for one of Perl's most central functions open has problems. While nobody doubts the page's technical accuracy, head Perl maintainer Sawyer X nonetheless holds it up as an example of documentation in sore need of reorganization and revision. Towards the end of his TPC 2019 talk "Perl 5: The Past, The Present, and One

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  • Grant Proposals January/February 2020 Tue, 25-Feb-2020 by Coke

    The Grants Committee has received the following grant proposal for the January/February 2020 round. Revising Perl's open and perlopentut manual pages Before the Committee members vote on any proposal, we like to solicit feedback from the Perl community. Review the proposals at their individual links and please comment there by March 1st, 2020. The Committee members will start the voting process following that.

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  • Maintaining Perl 5 (Tony Cook): December 2019 Grant Report Mon, 24-Feb-2020 by Matthias Bloch

    Approximately 33 tickets were reviewed, and 3 patches were applied

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  • Call for Grant Proposals (January 2020 Round) Sun, 16-Feb-2020 by Coke

    The Grants Committee is accepting grant proposals all the time. We evaluate them every two months and another round is starting If you have an idea for doing some work that will benefit the Perl or Raku communities, please consider submitting a grant application. The application deadline for this round is 23:59 February 22nd, UTC. We will publish the received applications, get community feedback through the end of February,

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