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  • Volunteer rt.cpan.org Admins Needed Mon, 04-Jul-2022 by Dave Rolsky

    The rt.cpan.org RT instance is a valuable resource for the Perl community. But as with every system on the Internet that allows user input, it has a spam issue. While the automated filtering does catch some of it, some of it gets through, and we could use some volunteer help here. Volunteers will help delete spam tickets, disable spam accounts, check the spam filter, and generally help keep rt.cpan.org usable

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  • Do you want to support the Perl and Raku communities in a more strategic way? Sat, 18-Jun-2022 by Nic Evans

    Could you or someone you know be willing to invest a few days per month, offering skills and experience that would be useful to The Perl Foundation or Raku Foundation? Have you considered nominating yourself, or them, to join the Board? Potential Board members ideally will: want to get things done and add value be active in the open source community demonstrate professional and positive characteristics It would be great

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  • Calling All Grant Gurus! Fri, 17-Jun-2022 by Amber Deuel
    in: Grants

    We are in need of a volunteer to take over the Grants Committee Chair responsibilities ASAP. What does the Grants Committee Chair do? Grants Committee Chair Job Duties Open a grants call every two months to invite community members to apply for funding. Facilitate discussion of grants between the public,The Perl Foundation/Raku Foundation, and Grants Committee members. Tally and report voting outcome at the end of each grant call. Work

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  • Could you support future development of Perl and Raku? Wed, 15-Jun-2022 by Nic Evans

    Billions of people around the world rely on Perl and Raku in some way without even realising it. A new prospectus from The Perl Foundation highlights how you can contribute to its ongoing development, either financially, or through volunteering time. By doing so you can: Ensure Perl and Raku are sustainably maintained and developed Gain valuable education opportunities for your teams at conferences Engage in important networking opportunities and build

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  • Grant Update: Optree Optimisations for Performance Gains Thu, 09-Jun-2022 by alh
    in: Grants

    Work has started, though a roadblock has come up: https://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl5.porters/2022/06/msg263847.html Paul has a few ideas to work around it. As some preliminary work, he wants to clean up op.c a bit and split the peephole optimiser out into its own file, per this thread: https://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl5.porters/2021/12/msg262118.html There is now an MR for that here: https://github.com/Perl/perl5/pull/19835 Cheers, Matthew Horsfall

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  • TPRC June Newsletter Thu, 02-Jun-2022 by Todd Rinaldo
    • Plan your Stay
    • Stay Connected
    • Setup your Schedule
    • Call for Volunteers
    • Standards of Conduct
    • Sponsor
    • Lighting Talks
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  • Grants: May 2022 Votes Wed, 01-Jun-2022 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    The Grants Committee has concluded voting on the May 2022 round. One grant request was submitted: Grant Proposal: Maintaining Perl VOTING RESULTS: Approved. 7 YES votes 0 NO votes, 0 ABSTAIN We accept proposals throughout the year; our next round of review will begin in July. You can submit proposals at any time. If you want to help with funding and increase our budget, please visit our donations page. We

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  • Outreachy 2022 - Two Interns Selected Mon, 30-May-2022 by Makoto Nozaki
    in: Outreachy

    I am pleased to announce we accepted two interns, Raquel and Yukti, to this year’s Outreachy internship at Open Food Facts. They will work with the two mentors, Stéphane Gigandet and Alex Garel, to improve the code quality of the Perl code of the Open Food Facts backend and website. This year they plan to focus on improving the Open Food Facts API and its tests and documentation, and refactor

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  • Unmissable keynote talk: 20 years of making a living with a ‘dead’ language Mon, 23-May-2022 by Todd Rinaldo

    Perl stalwart, Ruth Holloway, is giving this year’s keynote talk. She’s written perl for 21 years and is enjoying a solid career out of it, even though the person who taught her said the language was dead! Really? Yes! The language isn’t doing too bad, and as she says “Perl’s an awfully lively zombie!” Travel along with Ruth through two decades of the joys and sorrows, the best and the

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  • Grant Proposal: Maintaining Perl (Tony Cook) Thu, 12-May-2022 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    Name Anthony Cook Synopsis Free up one of the Perl core's contributors to work non-stop on making Perl better. Benefits to Perl Community This grant provides the Perl Steering Committee with a development resource to target as they will, while still providing for more general bug fixes and other improvements to the perl core. Project Details I intend to devote around 400 hours over the next 20 weeks to work

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  • Call for Grants: May 2022 Round Thu, 12-May-2022 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    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 May 19, 2022, UTC. We will publish the received applications, get community feedback through May 26th, and we

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  • TPRC Newsletter #2022-03 Mon, 09-May-2022 by Todd Rinaldo
    • The schedule is live.
    • Plan your stay
    • Attend Master Classes
    • Sign up for a lightning talk
    • Sponsor
    • Find out more about us
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  • Maintaining Perl 5 Core (Dave Mitchell): April 2022 Sun, 08-May-2022 by Matthias Bloch

    Dave writes: This my monthly report for April on work done covered by my TPF perl core maintenance grant. The main thing I did last month was to fix up Deparse failures. The test suite runner has a switch, t/TEST -deparse which runs each of the 3000 or so test scripts on a round-trip through the deparser before running them as normal. This is a good general test of

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  • Maintaining Perl 5 Core (Dave Mitchell): March 2022 Thu, 21-Apr-2022 by Matthias Bloch

    Dave writes: This is my first report for my new TPF perl core maintenance grant. It actually covers 7 months, since for the first 6 months I've done almost no perl work. Happily, in the last week I've managed to actually start doing perl stuff again. Apart from catching up with my p5p mailbox the biggest thing I've been working on is fixing any regressions in 't/TEST -deparse', which

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  • Grant Proposals: March 2022 Mon, 28-Mar-2022 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    We received no grant proposals for Perl or Raku in time for the March voting round. The next round of voting will be held starting in early May. But... there's no need to wait until then. We accept grant proposals all year round. To apply, please read How to Write a Proposal, GC Charter, Rules of Operation and Running Grants List will also help you understand how the grant process

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