- Website: www.dwright.org
- About: I'm the Treasurer for The Perl Foundation. I have also organized Perl events including 5 Pittsburgh Perl Workshops and one YAPC. In my day job, I'm the lead developer for pairNIC.com and I supervise a team of Perl developers.
Posted TPF Payments Delayed to Dan Wright
If you requested a payment from the Perl Foundation recently, you may have noticed a little bit of lag in receiving your check. Or, a very few of you were even unfortunate enough to have received a check and then asked not to cash it. Here's what happened...
Posted Dan's updates for two weeks ending Sept 4, 2011 to Dan Wright
Last week was a short week for me because I was doing a lot of work up at camp for the Scouts. So here's a two-week update:
- I've been learning a lot about "Level 2" and "Level 3" credit card transactions. It turns out that when you start handling corpor…
Posted Dan's updates for the week ending August 21, 2011 to Dan Wright
Here are my updates for TPF, PPW, and Other
Posted Dan's updates for the week ending August 14th, 2011 to Dan Wright
Here's a listing of what I've been working on in the past week for TPF, PPW, and other...
Posted Dan's updates for the week ending August 7th, 2011 to Dan Wright
- Our 2010 tax return has been completed and is now available for review. We reported a $43,000 lost, which was mostly due to Ian Hague grant payments. Major grant recipients for…
Posted July 31st to Dan Wright
- We need more sponsors. I've been working on a few leads, trying to make sure we can pay for everything.
- Web site updates
- Working on schedule template for the event. There's a lot of debate over starting time. Traditionally,…
Posted Status update. to Dan Wright
Not sure how likely I am to actually succeed in giving regular updates, but I'm going to give it a go... Here is a synopsis of perlish things I’ve been working on in the past week.
The Perl Foundation (Treasurer)
- Trying to track down some old contractual …
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