Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: January 2nd-8th

Hey everyone,

Following is the p5p (Perl 5 Porters) mailing list summary for the past week.

Enjoy!

A blog site for Sparrowdo project

Hi ! Sparrowdo is lightweight and very flexible configuration management system written on Perl6. I have started a blog site where going to drop technical notes and others news related sparrowdo project, welcome to https://sparrowdo.wordpress.com !

The Perl Conference 2017 in DC - CFP

I'm super excited to be helping organize this year's largest north-american perl conference! Myself and the other DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop organizers are pitching in big time, and it's all starting to come together. Here is our CFP (which we'll keep posting all over the place) :)

The Perl Conference 2017 in DC (known in a parallel universe as YAPC::NA 2017) will be held at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), in a historic suburb of DC, from June 18-23!

We are happy to open up submissions for talks and tutorials, you can see all the details and submit at www.perlconference.us/tpc-2017-dc/cfp/. We are looking for talks about anything interesting to Perl Developers of all experience levels -- from specific techniques and libraries to good ways to organize an agile team or Getting Things Done ... related technologies like your favorite data storage engine or how you automated your home. If in doubt -- submit!

Follow our twitter feed @perlconferences for news and updates. If you have any questions or comments about the CFP please email talks@perlconference.us or for more general inquiries admin@perlconference.us.

I hope to see you all there!!

camel-harness version 0.6.0

I am happy to announce the release of version 0.6.0 of camel-harness (former CamelHarness.js) - a small Node.js - Electron - NW.js library for asynchronous handling of Perl 5 scripts.

The library is already an NPM package with a clear, object-based API. Now camel-harness can start long-running, event-driven Perl scripts and communicate continuously with them writing on their STDIN.

As usual, any comments and suggestions are quite welcome!

Any module to convert 'whitish' to 'white'?

A sort of de-inflexion module, so to speak.

Netdisco moves to Github

Quoting Oliver G.

Hi all,

First, a very happy [Gregorian calendar] new year to you, and thanks for
continuing to use our software!

Following agreement in the dev team, the new home for Netdisco and
SNMP-Info is: https://github.com/netdisco

Please update your git repository URLs as in the example below:

$ git remote -v
origin ssh://USERNAME@git.code.sf.net/p/snmp-info/code (fetch)
origin ssh://USERNAME@git.code.sf.net/p/snmp-info/code (push)
$ git remote set-url origin git@github.com:netdisco/snmp-info.git

The full list of from/to URL changes (pay close attention!):

ssh://USERNAME@git.code.sf.net/p/snmp-info/code
git@github.com:netdisco/snmp-info.git

ssh://USERNAME@git.code.sf.net/p/netdisco/mibs
git@github.com:netdisco/netdisco-mibs.git

ssh://USERNAME@git.code.sf.net/p/netdisco/misc
git@github.com:netdisco/netdisco-misc.git

ssh://USERNAME@git.code.sf.net/p/netdisco/code
git@github.com:netdisco/netdisco-legacy.git

I release Object::Simple 3.19 - Add official irc channel #object-simple on irc.perl.org

I release Object::Simple 3.19

http://search.cpan.org/dist/Object-Simple/lib/Object/Simple.pm

Changes

I removed DEPRECATED class_attr and dual_attr methods and clean up tests.

And I create the official IRC channel #object-simple on irc.perl.org

News

Happy new year!

This year I try to talk on irc.perl.org.

I also created some irc channels.

#validator-custom

#gitprep

#dbix-custom

The Perl Toolchain Summit 2017

It is my pleasure and honor to announce that the Perl Toolchain Summit will be held in Lyon, France from Thursday 11th May 2017 through Sunday 14th May 2017. This is the event previously known as the Perl QA Hackathon, where we bring together as many of the key people working on the Perl toolchain as we can.

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