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  • Grants: September 2020 Votes Sun, 18-Oct-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    The Grants Committee has concluded voting on the September 2020 round. Two grant requests were submitted: General Perl OpenAPI Validator Interpreter VOTING RESULTS: Not Approved. 1 YES vote 5 NO votes, 3 abstentions Some comments and concerns brought up by the Grants Committee members include: Would like to see more tangible deadlines A better analysis of why this is needed Timeframe seems overly optimistic Ć-to-Raku translator **VOTING RESULTS: Not Approved.

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  • Grant Cancellation: Improve Perl 6 Networking Support Fri, 16-Oct-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    During the work for this grant, the author stumbled upon some issues that block further progress on the existing grant as it is currently written. At Ben’s request, the grant as it exists now is being cancelled, to be replaced with a new proposal to address the issues he encountered, as well as revised proposals to cover the remaining ideas from the original grant. The new grants will follow the

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  • Grant Report: Establishing Documentation Standards for the Perl 7 Era, September 2020 Thu, 08-Oct-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    Nicolas R. has shared Jason McIntosh's updates for September for the Establishing Documentation Standards for the Perl 7 Era grant: Major steps towards my goal accomplished in September: Announced my starting this project on #p5p on Freenode, and collecting some basic information there Gathering Perl’s documentation style policy information Touring other FOSS languages and technologies with their own documentation sub-projects, and comparing them to what Perl has. Projects studied so

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  • (Updated) Grant Proposal: General Perl OpenAPI Validator / Interpreter Thu, 08-Oct-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    Synopsis Develop a clean and easy interface for managing OpenAPI 3.x schemas. Proposal OpenAPI is a format that makes use of the JSON-Schema specification to communicate what a web API can do in a machine-readable way. The current module that is most active for JSON-Schema support in Perl is JSON::Validator. The feeling in the community is that the JSON::Validator interface is difficult to work with. This is possibly because it

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  • RakuAST Grant Report from Jonathan Worthington, 2020-09 Tue, 06-Oct-2020 by Moritz Lenz
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    Jonathan Worthington has shared his latest progress report from the RakuAST grant, covering the work done in 2020-09. In addition, he announced that he is taking a break from Raku and Rakudo development. His work his highly appreciated, the resting period well-desevered, and we expect his work to continue in a month or a few months. Here's his progress report, in his own words: In last month's report, I mentioned

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  • Rakudo Perl 6 performance analysis tooling - Grant Report #14 Fri, 02-Oct-2020 by Alan Haggai Alavi

    Timo has built an AppImage for MoarPref. The image combines all of the dependencies including Rakudo in a single package, which makes it very easy to try out MoarPref without having to worry about installing its dependencies. Read more at:

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  • Grant Proposal: Ć-to-Raku translator Thu, 01-Oct-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    Author Piotr Fusik Motivation Ć is a programming language with the motto "There Is More Than One Language To Do It". As a seasoned programmer writing a reusable component you'd like to make it easily available from several programming languages with little effort or boring work. Ć enables just that. Write in Ć, then translate your code automatically to C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python, Swift, OpenCL C and Raku.

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  • UV grant progress report 2020-09 Sun, 27-Sep-2020 by Moritz Lenz
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    Paul Evans writes about this progress: Added the UV::TCP and UV::UDP types which now makes the library wrapping capable of most networking tasks. There's still a few more bits and pieces to add, but I think we're over the bulk of the hill now.

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  • Grant Proposal: General Perl OpenAPI Validator / Interpreter Thu, 24-Sep-2020 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    Synopsis Create a standalone implementation of OpenAPI 3.0 to facilitate parsing, creating, and validating OpenAPI specifications. Overview It is common contemporary practice to provide a OpenAPI schema^ to communicate to clients the available functionality of a RESTful web API. It is well documented and flexible, and well known to application developers. There exists no Perl module to facilitate working with an OpenAPI 3.0 schema. Project-specific modules exist for Swagger 2.0,

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  • Call for Grant Proposals (September 2020 Round) Thu, 24-Sep-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    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 October 1st 2020, UTC. We will publish the received applications, get community feedback through October 8th, and we

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  • Grants: July 2020 Votes Sun, 23-Aug-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    The Grants Committee has concluded voting on the July 2020 round. Two grants were submitted, one of them was approved. Establishing Documentation Standards for the Perl 7 Era VOTING RESULTS: Approved. 8 YES Votes, 1 NO vote, 1 abstention There was a lot of excitement and support for this grant. Raku Ecosystem VOTING RESULTS: Not Approved. 4 YES votes, 5 NO votes, 1 abstention Voting on this grant was close.

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  • Grant Report for RakuAST 2020-08 by Jonathan Worthington Sat, 22-Aug-2020 by Moritz Lenz
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    Here is what Jonathan has to write about his RakuAST grant progress: Around half of the time that passed since my last RakuAST grant report was spent on vacation, and an amount of it after that dealing with the fact that going on vacation doesn't mean the rest of the world stops finding things for you to do. Anyway, finally, in the last week, I got back into working on

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  • Grant Proposal: Raku Ecosystem Thu, 30-Jul-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    Raku Ecosystem Name: tony o'dell Amount Requested: $12,000 Synopsis Redesign the raku/zef ecosystem to be robust and to make easier the distribution submission for the raku ecosystem. Benefits to the Raku Community Currently the process for maintaining the ecosystem in raku is either uploading to cpan, which comes with its own set of limitations as cpan was not designed to handle the way raku uses distributions The other way this

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  • Grant Proposal: Establishing Documentation Standards for the Perl 7 Era Thu, 30-Jul-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    Title Establishing documentation standards for the Perl 7 era Synopsis I propose to build on my revisions to the open and perlopentut manual pages, generalizing my experience with that project into a set of guidelines for creating and updating Perl's documentation for the modern era and then proving these standards against a sample selection of current documentation. The advent of Perl 7 presents us with an opportunity to re-examine and

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  • Call for Grant Proposals (July 2020 Round) Fri, 24-Jul-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    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 July 31st 2020, UTC. We will publish the received applications, get community feedback through August 7th, and we

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  • July 2020 Grant Report for libuv by Paul Evans Mon, 20-Jul-2020 by Moritz Lenz
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    Work on the grant Implement Perl Binding for libuv by Paul "LeoNerd" Evans has started late, mostly due to my own fault in being very slow at communicating. Nevertheless, Paul got some work done. In his own words: Things I have completed: Joined github org for UV module Tidied up the existing mess of .h files Generally surveyed the code Fixed the implementation of the existing handle types in the

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  • Rakudo Perl 6 performance analysis tooling - Grant Report #13 Sun, 19-Jul-2020 by Alan Haggai Alavi

    Timo has resumed work on the grant after the unexpected delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read about the changes to the instrumented profiler that in turn resulted in a drastic increase of profiler speed at: How would you like a 1000x speed increase.

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  • Grants: May 2020 Votes Sat, 04-Jul-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    The Grants Committee has concluded the voting of the May 2020 round. There was one proposal this round, which was not approved. Quarren CMS Voting results: Not approved: 2 YES votes with a score of 5 3 NO votes We accept proposals throughout the year; our next round of review will begin the second week of July. You can submit proposals now. If you want to help with funding and

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  • June 2020 Grant Report for RakuAST by Jonathan Worthington Fri, 19-Jun-2020 by Moritz Lenz

    Jonathan writes the following as his first report for his RakuAST grant. Enjoy! It's been about a month since the approval of my RakuAST grant. This report covers the grant work performed since then. Under the RakuAST architecture, language elements are modeled by AST nodes, which can be thought of as document object model elements, where the document in question is a Raku program. Today, the overall organization of the

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  • New TPF Grants Committee Member: Matthew Horsfall Mon, 15-Jun-2020 by Jason A. Crome
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    On behalf of the TPF Grants Committee, I am pleased to announce that Matthew Horsfall has been elected to the committee. Matthew had been involved in the Perl community for almost ten years in a number of capacities, from helping to organize BOFs at YAPC in Asheville, to helping with the 2011 Google Summer of Code, to answering questions and helping to maintain the Perl IRC network. He's also participated

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