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  • TPCiH 2020 - Newsletter #1 Tue, 22-Oct-2019 by IrishPebbles

    In this issue: About The Perl Conference in Houston Volunteer-Organizer positions open Call for sponsors Call for talk ideas Contact us About #TPCiH In 2020 we’ll be in Houston, Texas. The Perl Conference in Houston will use hashtag #TPCiH, which follows with previous years taking the first letter of the name or letters for cities with more than one word in their names So if you see #TPCiH around on

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  • Board update to SoC incident Thu, 25-Jul-2019 by Dan Wright

    Dear Perl Community Last week, in a blog post, The Perl Foundation Board of Directors announced that it would be providing further analysis of a recent Standards of Conduct decision with the hopes of providing an update this week. After reaching out to various parties and receiving additional information, it is clear that this issue will not be resolved in a week. The Board will continue to work on this

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  • Clarification on 2019 Perl Conference SoC Incident Fri, 12-Jul-2019 by Jim Brandt

    There has been much discussion about the Perl Conference's Standards of Conduct Committee's decision to delist a video from the 2019 Perl Conference videos. We would like to provide some additional context to help explain this decision. This incident has been new to us from the beginning because it happened after the Perl Conference concluded. Most of our focus on SoC policy has been on handling incidents that might happen

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  • European Perl Conference 2019 Tue, 11-Jun-2019 by Makoto Nozaki

    This year's European Perl Conference takes place in Riga, Latvia, between the 7th and 9th August 2019. This is the 20th edition of the conference previously known as YAPC::Europe, then TPCiA and TPCiG, and now it is renamed to PerlCon. Despite the name and location, our attendees come from all around the world. The top five countries with the most attendees are the UK, Germany, USA, Russia and the Netherlands.

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  • Request for Comments: Dave Rolsky's class at TPC 2019 Mon, 11-Feb-2019 by Makoto Nozaki

    Dave Rolsky taught classes at YAPC/TPC for a number of years and he was compensated for it. As Dave is a new member of the TPF Board and TPF organizes TPC, there is a potential conflict of interest. Dave wishes to continue his class. The typical rate paid by students is in the range of $150-$175 TPC takes a portion of it to cover expense such as venue and the

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  • 2019 DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop CFP Thu, 03-Jan-2019 by Jim Brandt

    The 2019 DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop will be in Silver Spring, MD, on April 6th, 2019. The call for talks is now open and this year's themes are Perl and related technologies. Proposals can be submitted through the workshop website until Jan 31, 2019. Registration is also open and attendance is free for speakers, students, and people currently between jobs. We hope to see you there!

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  • TPF Notes from OSCON 2018 Mon, 08-Oct-2018 by Jim Brandt

    As a somewhat delayed follow-up, TPF once again had a booth this year at OSCON, back in Portland, Oregon, this year. Josh McAdams was once again our organizer and staffed the booth for the event. O'Reilly provided The Perl Foundation with an excellent space in their Expo Hall. Situated conveniently near the lunch service, snacks, and an amazing swing, the booth received a constant stream of visitors. The visitors ranged

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  • The Perl Conference Newsletter: 6/15/18 Fri, 15-Jun-2018 by IrishPebbles

    In This Issue: Volunteers needed! Sign-up: http://bit.ly/tpcVolunteer Arrival information Get the App and review the schedule: http://bit.ly/TPCschedule Register for the conference http://bit.ly/TPCiSLC Extra hotel rooms available for transfer Lightning Talks registration available http://bit.ly/TPCLightningTalks BoFs schedule http://bit.ly/TPCBoF Sponsor Spotlights: Assurant and Bluehost Upcoming event The Perl Conference in Europe Become a sponsor Stay in touch Volunteers Needed The Perl Conference is 100% volunteer powered! We need your help during the main

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  • The Perl Conference Newsletter: 6/11/18 Mon, 11-Jun-2018 by IrishPebbles

    In This Issue: Volunteers Needed! Sign-up: http://bit.ly/tpcVolunteer Lightning Talks registration available http://bit.ly/TPCLightningTalks Conference schedule: http://bit.ly/TPCschedule BoFs published http://bit.ly/TPCBoF Conference tickets http://bit.ly/TPCiSLC and hotel https://goo.gl/EvZG3a Need a room? There are a few reserved that can be transferred Sponsor Spotlight: craigslist Become a sponsor Stay in touch Volunteers needed The Perl Conference is 100% volunteer powered! We need your help! If you’re able to donate even a few hours, it goes a

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  • The Perl Conference Newsletter: May 13, 2018 Sun, 13-May-2018 by IrishPebbles

    In This Issue: Discount pricing ends May 18th! Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/TPCiSLC Book your lodging: http://bit.ly/roomsTPC Volunteer sign-ups live http://bit.ly/tpcVolunteer Conference schedule posted http://bit.ly/TPCschedule Tutorial schedule posted http://bit.ly/TPCtutorials Sponsor Spotlight: cPanel Stay in touch Conference Tickets and Lodging Did you know May 18th is the last day to register for the conference at the regular admission cost and the last day hotel rooms are guaranteed for TPC? After May 18th, event

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  • The Perl Conference Newsletter: 04/26/2018 Thu, 26-Apr-2018 by IrishPebbles

    In This Issue: Accepted conference sessions posted http://bit.ly/2p6Ui1X Tutorial schedule posted https://goo.gl/nyQvaP BoF meeting space available http://bit.ly/2GB1Fqy Register today! https://goo.gl/tgUQRt You can still book your conference lodging https://goo.gl/RNBqb3 Sponsor Spotlight: Booking.com Stay in touch Conference sessions posted The list, complete with descriptions, of TPC’s accepted talks are published. Head on over to see the topics and speakers: http://bit.ly/2p6Ui1X Stay tuned, the main event day schedule is coming soon! Tutorial schedule

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  • The Perl Conference Newsletter: 3/25/18 Sun, 25-Mar-2018 by IrishPebbles

    In This Issue: Keynote speaker: VM Brasseur: https:// bit.ly/2ujDlar BoF registration open: http://bit.ly/2GB1Fqy Register to attend TPC! https://goo.gl/tgUQRt Book your conference lodging https://goo.gl/RNBqb3 Speaker invitations sent March 21st Stay in touch Keynote Speaker: VM Brasseur VM spent most of her 20 years in the tech industry leading software development departments and teams, and providing technical management and leadership consulting for small and medium businesses. Now she leverages nearly 30 years

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  • The Perl Conference Newsletter: 3/11/18 Sun, 11-Mar-2018 by IrishPebbles

    In This Issue: Speakers announced! http://bit.ly/2p6Ui1X Last call to submit a talk! https://goo.gl/prFcXk Register today! https://goo.gl/tgUQRt Book your conference lodging https://goo.gl/RNBqb3 Stay in touch! Round 1 and Round 2 Speakers Announced! Speakers/Sessions: http://bit.ly/2p6Ui1X Head on over to see if your favorite speaker is returning this year. If they aren’t listed, encourage them to submit! Last Call to Submit a Talk! Yes! Submit your proposal before March 18th to have your

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  • The Perl Conference Newsletter: 2/28/18 Wed, 28-Feb-2018 by IrishPebbles

    In This Issue: Last Call for Tutorial Sessions https://goo.gl/1GV14L Last Round for Speaker Submissions open https://goo.gl/forms/PkYHWD3B4vUKZLrW2 Event Registration http://bit.ly/2CO9jum Room Reservation http://bit.ly/2oEtzK0 Want to Sponsor The Perl Conference? treasurer@perlfoundation.org Last Call for Tutorial Sessions Are you an experienced instructor or speaker who would like to offer a course at The Perl Conference this year in Salt Lake City? We hereby invite you to participate by submitting a Tutorial Session! We

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  • TPC February Newsletter Mon, 19-Feb-2018 by IrishPebbles

    In This Issue: We Have a Location! TPC 2018 Returning to Salt Lake City, Utah Sponsors Welcome! Register today! Event Registration Now Open Book Your Rooms! Room Reservation Now Open Hotel room types Why are some rooms cheaper than others? We Have a Website! More information there We’re Still Accepting Talk Submissions! Check Your Email! First Round Notifications sent 2/6 2/7

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  • Call for Organizers - TPCNA::2018 Mon, 23-Oct-2017 by IrishPebbles

    Have you ever felt like you'd love to do more for the Perl community? Have you ever been at a YAPC or TPC and thought "I know JUST the way to improve this aspect of the conference!"? Have you been wanting to donate hours and hours of your time and just not been able to find the perfect place to do so? If you answered "Yes!" to any

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  • The Perl Conference 2017 (formerly known as YAPC::NA) is rapidly approaching, and we believe it will be great. Fri, 26-May-2017 by David Oswald

    The Perl Conference, 2017 will be held this year in Washington DC, at the US Patent and Trademark Office, from June 18 through June 23rd. This is the conference that many of us have affectionately known as YAPC::NA::17. If you haven't registered yet, please do so as soon as possible. We want to make sure we're providing the best possible experience for our participants, and to that end, accurate registration

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  • Perl 5 Core Hackathon (p5hack) Report Tue, 21-Feb-2017 by Todd Rinaldo

    Thanks to The Perl Foundation and our beloved sponsors, a large portion of the critical contributors to the Perl 5 Porters the core group of Perl 5 developers, were able to get together on November 11th, 2016 at the Booking.com headquarters in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, for our very first Perl 5 Core hackathon, nicknamed Perl 5 Hack. This is our report. It was a four-day event, composed of discussions on

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  • Maintaining the Perl 5 Core: Report for Month 32 Sat, 18-Jun-2016 by Karen Pauley

    Dave Mitchell writes: I spent last month mainly getting Scope::Upper working on 5.24.0. It broke heavily after the context stack reworking that came with 5.23.8, due to its heavy reliance on the internal details of perl's context stack and scope exit behaviours. I don't intend in general spending so much time again on fixing up such CPAN modules; it's just that once I had started, I wanted to see it

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  • The Perl Conference update Sat, 11-Jun-2016 by Dan Wright

    In this issue Register today! Passes still available Q A with Larry Wall Sunday Arrival Dinner Tuesday night Social: Desserts and Drinks Tutorials Wednesday Night Pull Request Challenge Call for Speakers: Lightning Talks Call for Volunteers 2017 Venue Proposals Open! Registration The Early Registration deadline has passed, but it’s not too late! Conference passes are still available! The conference pass is now $350 for general admission. Certain discounts can still

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