September 2014 Grant Votes
|IO::All Redux||4||3||9 = 5+2+1+1
|Inline::C(PP) ...||8||0||29 = 5+4+4+4+3+3+3+3
|Pegex Grammar ...||1||6|
Definition of the score is found in 3.2 of the [rules](http://www.perlfoundation.org/rules_of_operation).
[Nile - Visual Web App Framework Separating Code From Design Multi Lingual And Multi Theme](http://news.perlfoundation.org/2014/09/grant-proposal-nile---visual-w.html)
First of all, thank you for submitting this application. It's always good to see new faces.
For this grant, we are unable to find a reason to spend a large portion of the community money on this new web framework at this point. We would like to see the author continue the development of Nile and get some more community support on it first.
We approve this grant. We will not fund this grant at this point and will re-evaluate this in the next round.
[Inline::C(PP) Module Support](http://news.perlfoundation.org/2014/09/grant-proposal-inlinecpp-modul.html)
We are pleased that the Grants Committee will approve and fund this grant. This will be useful for the community and we already saw enough positive feedback. It should be noted that the total score was the second highest this year after the Perl::Lint grant.
Mark Jensen agreed to be the grant manager.
[Pegex Grammar for YAML](http://news.perlfoundation.org/2014/09/grant-proposal-pegex-grammar-f.html)
We understand YAML is used in a number of places and the grant has certain value. However at this point we are not able to approve it.
We hope we can discuss this grant after Swim gets wider adoption and community support.
### Next round
The next round is in November. You can [submit proposals now](http://www.perlfoundation.org/how_to_write_a_proposal).