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  • Call for Grants: March 2022 Round Sun, 20-Mar-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 March 27, 2022, UTC. We will publish the received applications, get community feedback through April 3rd, and we

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  • TPRCHouston - Newsletter #2 Thu, 10-Mar-2022 by Todd Rinaldo

    Plan your stay, Attend Master Classes, Talks Posted, Call for Papers Extended, Organize, Sponsor, Find out more about us

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  • Perl & Raku featured in Linux Format magazine Fri, 04-Mar-2022 by Stuart J Mackintosh

    Our fantastic foundation administrator Nic Evans has secured a regular slot in Linux Format magazine where she is publishing Perl and Raku content as well as information on the Foundation. This magazine was selected as it talks to the general Linux user and has good coverage outside our existing audiences. We are also exploring other magazines with specific themes. The March 2022 edition includes a four-page article titled *Perl at

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  • RakuAST Grant 2022-01 update Wed, 16-Feb-2022 by Moritz Lenz

    After a bit of a pause, Jonathan Worthington has continued his work on the RakuAST grant. Find his progress report below. In addion, you might want to check out this really cool post about embedding BASIC in Raku based on the RakuAST branch. Things have moved slowly on the RakuAST work of late, between me needing more of a breather that I imagined after the new dispatch mechanism work, along

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  • Outreachy participation - looking for mentors Sun, 13-Feb-2022 by Makoto Nozaki
    in: Outreachy

    Last year The Perl Foundation participated in Outreachy May to August internships and it was successfully completed. We are looking to participate again this year. At this stage we are looking for mentors and project ideas from the Perl and Raku community. If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please read the Mentor description and contact me at makoto@perlfoundation.org. Note that mentors are expected to spend 5-10 hours per

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  • Grants: January 2022 Votes Thu, 10-Feb-2022 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    The Grants Committee has concluded voting on the January 2022 round. One grant request was submitted: Grant Proposal: Optree Optimsiations for Performance Gains 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 March. You can submit proposals at any time. If you want to help with funding and increase our budget, please visit our

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  • Grant Report 2021-12/2022-01 Raku CI Bot by Patrick Böker Sat, 29-Jan-2022 by Moritz Lenz

    Regarding the progress on his Raku CI Bot grant, Patrick Böker writes: In December and January I worked in different areas of RCB: I fixed smaller errors in all parts of the stack, so that now testing on the OBS backend works, ignoring errors caused by the still open bugs listed below. I started work on the website which currently allows viewing test status and results of a given test

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  • Grant Proposal: Optree Optimsiations for Performance Gains Thu, 20-Jan-2022 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    Synopsis Apply some efficiency optimisations to generated optrees in order to gain faster runtime performance. There are three ideas covered by this proposal; any or all of them can be created independently. In each case, it is hard to estimate upfront whether it would actually provide a measurable benefit to programs in practice, so part of the project involves attempting to measure the impact it creates. Project Details Inside a

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  • Call for Grants: January 2022 Round Thu, 20-Jan-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 Jan 31, 2022, UTC. We will publish the received applications, get community feedback through February 7th, and we

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  • New year, new impetus for Perl Foundation Marketing Committee Sat, 15-Jan-2022 by Nic Evans
    in: Marketing

    The TPF Marketing Committee wants to raise USD$100,000 to fund Perl and Raku development and make 2022 the year of Perl and Raku. But we can only do this with community support. In 2022 the Perl Foundation Marketing Committee aims to: Achieve a fundraising target of $100,000 through improved fundraising efforts Improve and sustain the perception of Perl Address feature gaps from community feedback Demonstrate why people should use Perl

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  • Season of Docs successful completion Fri, 24-Dec-2021 by Makoto Nozaki

    As previously announced, one of The Perl Foundation's initiatives for this year was to participate in Google Season of Docs. I'm pleased to announce that Khawar Latif Khan successfully completed the project. You can read further details at Khawar's Medium article Jason McIntosh's case study In addition, Khawar plans to share his experience at the next Perl and Raku Conference in Houston. I'd like to thank: Khawar for his quality

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  • Supporting TPF – potential tax savings Fri, 24-Dec-2021 by Nic Evans

    With the end of the year quickly approaching, The Perl Foundation want to thank you for all that you do in supporting us. Your support has allowed us to make significant strides in advancing the Perl and Raku languages, and the software behind them. There is, however, much work that still needs to be done. As you consider your year-end philanthropy, we want to highlight a few strategies that may

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  • TPRCHouston - Newsletter #1 Wed, 22-Dec-2021 by Todd Rinaldo

    About The Perl and Raku Conference in Houston. Call for Presenters and Master Class. Talk ideas? Volunteers wanted! Call for Sponsors. How to reach us.

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  • Do you want to partner with the Perl Marketing Committee to organize Hackathons in 2022? Thu, 09-Dec-2021 by Nic Evans

    In 2022, the Perl Marketing Committee are looking to help organize two hackathon events based on data collected in the survey run by Andrew Solomon. The initial focus areas are Editor/IDE integration, and CPAN Recommendations. The vision of the committee is to help make these events happen by partnering with projects within the Perl community. The goal is to make these events fun, rewarding, and successful, by being as accessible

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  • Raku CI Bot Grant Report October and November 2021 Sun, 05-Dec-2021 by Moritz Lenz

    Patrick Böker submitted his report for the Raku CI Bot grant, for the months of October and November: In October and November most of my time was spent on finding and fixing bugs. Several problems I encountered are bugs in third party systems. Some of those I tackled, some remain as bug reports. Reported and fixed bugs: Red: Boolean checking DateTime columns fails when using Pg #530 Red: Checking multiple

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