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Yuki Kimoto

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  • Dave Cross commented on Progress of blogs.perl.org grant

    Yes. The current implementation is using a long-unsupported version of Movable Type, with no upgrade path available to us. The site has a number of problems (some annoying and some critical) that we have been unable to fix.

    This is the second project to replace that code with a new implementation based on PearlBee. The project is sponsored by The Perl Foundation and is being worked on by Andre at Booking.com.

  • mr-z commented on Announce: Raku Perl 6 'Diwali' 6.d Language Specification Release

    "Version-Constrolled Changes"

    Is Constrolled a new perlism, or is this a typo?

  • KES commented on Promoting Perl

    Just a thought: Maybe we do not see often contribution in perl because projects just work. They just do not require 24/7 attention after implementation.

  • Makoto Nozaki commented on Nominate Perl heroes for the 2018 White Camel Awards

    My understanding was this award is for “the” Perl community so I’m surprised to see Perl 5/6 discussion here. In my view we have only one Perl community and it can’t be divisible. For example Jim Keenan, my good friend and a former award recipient, is leading New York City Perl community both in Perl 5 and 6.

    Anyway I started conversation with the TPF board about it so we can get clarification.

    (I am a board member of the TPF board but obviously this comment does not reflect TPF’s view)

  • Sterling Hanenkamp commented on Nominate Perl heroes for the 2018 White Camel Awards

    I second the nomination for Dan Wright.

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