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  • rt.cpan.org has a new home Fri, 26-Feb-2021 by Ricardo Signes
    in: CPAN

    Last week, we reported that rt.cpan.org would be moving from its old home, and that it would be hosted by Best Practical, the makers of RT. The timeline we gave was "will be done sometime in early March," but fortunately, the process has gone very well and is now just about complete. Within a few hours from now, rt.cpan.org will point to the new instance, where all the old data

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  • Outreachy participation - looking for mentors Sat, 20-Feb-2021 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 add your ideas at our repo. We plan to close our internal submission process

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  • Maintaining Perl 5 (Tony Cook): January 2021 Grant Report Fri, 19-Feb-2021 by Matthias Bloch

    This is a monthly report by Tony Cook on his grant under Perl 5 Core Maintenance Fund. We thank the TPF sponsors to make this grant possible. Approximately 46 tickets were reviewed, and 6 patches were applied 1.88 #17331 research #17331 more research and comment 0.73 #17848 review hvds’ alternative and comment 0.33 #18014 review, research 0.50 #18073 rebase, re-test, bump version, apply to

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  • January report of the Raku Development Grant of Jonathan Worthington Fri, 19-Feb-2021 by Matthias Bloch

    Happy to announce that Jonathan was able to resume work on his Raku Development Grant. Here is his report. In January, I at last felt in shape to get back to the new dispatch mechanism. The key remaining piece of the mechanism is dispatch resumption a general term I'm using for a range of situations where we start doing some kind of dispatch, and may continue it later. For example:

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  • rt.cpan.org to remain online Fri, 19-Feb-2021 by Ricardo Signes
    in: CPAN

    Since the announcement of the upcoming closure of rt.cpan.org, we've looked at what could, should, or must be done to keep it available in one form or another. After looking at a few options, The Perl Foundation has voted to contract Best Practical to take over the hosting of the CPAN RT instance. Starting immediately, they will be porting the data to their hosting, upgrading the RT instance to the

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  • Grants: January 2021 Votes Mon, 15-Feb-2021 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    The Grants Committee has concluded voting on the January 2021 round. Two grant requests were submitted: Grant Proposal: Raku CI integration bot VOTING RESULTS: Approved. 10 YES vote 0 NO votes There was overwhelming support from the Grants Committee for this proposal. We're excited to see work commence on this. Grant Proposal: Maintaining Perl VOTING RESULTS: Approved. 10 YES vote 0 NO votes Tony's work speaks for itself, and we

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  • The Perl and Raku Conference in the Cloud 2021 Fri, 12-Feb-2021 by Nic Evans

    It’s official! After the success of last year’s CIC, and owing to the continued pandemic, TPF are holding another virtual event this summer. Save the date: 9-11 June 2021 for TPRC21. Plans are now underway and volunteers are welcome to join discussions. If you would like to take part as a speaker please email us: admin@perlconference.us Call for papers will be coming soon.

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  • Grant Proposal: Maintaining Perl Tue, 02-Feb-2021 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    Name Anthony Cook TonyC on irc.perl.org Synopsis Free up one of the Perl core's contributors to work non-stop on making Perl better. Project Details 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. Deliverables I propose to follow the same model as my current Perl 5 Core Maintenance

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  • TPF Meeting Minutes for December 2020 Sun, 31-Jan-2021 by Makoto Nozaki
    in: Meetings

    TPF Board members and the community leaders meet every month and here are the minutes from the December 2020 meeting. Part 1 Community Attendees Board: Dave Rolsky, Stuart Mackintosh, Ricardo Signes, Curtis Poe, Dan Wright Community leaders: Todd Rinaldo, JJ Merelo, Daniel Sockwell, Jason Crome, Andrew Solomon, Mark Keating, Alex Beamish, Nigel Hamilton Admin: Nic Evans Main session Marketing, Mark Keating Had conversations with Gary Beckwith. He has lots to

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  • Perl.com registry attack Sat, 30-Jan-2021 by Stuart J Mackintosh

    The community-managed Perl.com domain has been subject to a registry attack. Up to date information is available on the The Perl NOC blog here and also The Perl Foundation twitter feed here.

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  • Grant Proposal Recap: January 2021 Thu, 28-Jan-2021 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    The Grants Committee has received the following grant proposals for the January 2021 round: Raku CI integration bot Maintaining Perl Before the Committee members vote on any proposal, we like to solicit feedback from the Perl and Raku communities. Review the proposals at their individual links and please comment there by February 5, 2021. The Committee members will start the voting process following that and the conclusion will be announced

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  • Grant Proposal: Raku CI integration bot Thu, 28-Jan-2021 by Jason A. Crome
    in: Grants

    Synopsis Implement a software, named Raku CI Bot which can orchestrate the testing process of the Rakudo, NQP and MoarVM projects. Author Patrick Böker Why The three Rakudo core projects named above have a longish history of troubles with its testing infrastructure. Public and free CI platforms often inhibit one of several problems: Imposing limits on CPU or wallclock time Not supporting all needed platforms Unreliability Usability The proposed software

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  • Maintaining the Perl 5 Core (Dave Mitchell): Grant Report for December 2020 Thu, 28-Jan-2021 by Matthias Bloch

    This is a monthly report by Dave Mitchell on his grant under Perl 5 Core Maintenance Fund. We would like to thank the TPF sponsors to make this grant possible. In December I worked on fixing some compiler warnings and smoke failures. I also made a start looking into making perl abort after the first syntax error. SUMMARY: 3:16 fix compiler warnings 1:15 fix smoke failures

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  • Grant Report: RakuAST 2020-12 by Jonathan Worthington Sat, 23-Jan-2021 by Moritz Lenz

    Jonathan Worthington has gotten back to working on the RakuAST grant, and has provided us with the update below. Note that publishing of this report has been delayed due to technical difficulties, with no fault to Jonathan. Anyway, here is the report: After a couple of months break to take care of myself, I took some gentle steps back into working on my RakuAST grant during December. It's not much,

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  • UV Grant Report for 2020-12 Sat, 23-Jan-2021 by Moritz Lenz

    Paul "LeoNerd" has submitted his report for his work on the UV grant. It looks like the grant is close to finishing. Due to technical problems, publishing of this report has been delayed, with no fault to Paul. He write Almost all the handle types are now done; except for uv_async_t. I'm not really sure it makes sense to wrap this from Perl, because it's inherently dealing with multi-threading issues

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  • Call for Grants (January 2021 Round) Tue, 19-Jan-2021 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 January 27, 2021, UTC. We will publish the received applications, get community feedback through February 3rd, and we

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  • Maintaining Perl 5 (Tony Cook): December 2020 Grant Report Sun, 17-Jan-2021 by Matthias Bloch

    This is a monthly report by Tony Cook on his grant under Perl 5 Core Maintenance Fund. We thank the TPF sponsors to make this grant possible.

    Approximately 16 tickets were reviewed, and 4 patches were applied.

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  • Grants Committee Takes on Expanded Role in TPF Sat, 16-Jan-2021 by Jason A. Crome

    Starting in 2021, the Grants Committee will be taking on an expanded role in supporting the development of Perl and Raku within The Perl Foundation. In addition to the usual set of grants that benefit the greater Perl and Raku communities, the Grants Committee will also be the caretakers of the Perl and Raku Development Funds, and therefore responsible for awarding grants that directly benefit the core development of these

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  • Raku Course January 2021 Grant Report Wed, 13-Jan-2021 by Nicolas R.

    This is a monthly report by Andrew Shitov on his grant for the Raku course. Andrew is happy to report that the first part of the Raku course is completed and published. The course is available at course.raku.org. The grant was approved a year and a half ago right before the PerlCon conference in Rīga. Andrew was the organiser of the event and had to postpone the course due to

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  • FOSDEM 2021 - guidance for speakers Wed, 13-Jan-2021 by Stuart J Mackintosh

    Speaking at FOSDEM? Here’s what you need to know Thank you to all speakers who have put themselves forward to speak at this year’s FOSDEM. As it’s a virtual event, all talks need to be pre-recorded by the speakers. This is the first time FOSDEM has operated in this way so please be aware that there may be some bumps along the way everyone is working this out as they

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