The Swiss Perl Workshop is over for another year. Thanks to all who attended, sponsored, helped out on the day and before, gave talks, and made suggestions. There are a few photos of the event available on the Perl Events Instagram feed.
The videos of the talks are available here. The recordings were largely successful, although one video still needs some putting together due to technical issues - this one will appear later.
On the second day of the workshop an open discussion took place. This was a continuation of a discussion started back in May, in Bern, and covered several issues about the current state and future of the workshop.
I made a few notes to cover it for those who were not present, as we did not record this discussion due to its impromptu nature. I have split the topics into sections below. Note that the use of "Perl" below should be taken to mean both Perl 5 and Perl 6.