YAPC::NA in Salt Lake City gained more than 100 additional participants in the last 30 days, but they used a PR firm. I wonder if YAPC::EU will also get another 100 people. I try to log the numbers for future reference, but I am not sure how to help the organizers re…
Just a reminder that I am running a 2-days long course before YAPC::EU in Granada, Spain.
In the course I am going to teach web application development using Perl Dancer and MongoDB in the back-end, and AngularJS in the front-end.
Actually, we are going to see a version of the front-end code using plain HTML with JQuery and Handlebars, and then another version using AngularJS.
There are still places left in the course.
Yesterday I had this idea of creating a site where people and companies could offer bounties for fixing specific bugs in a piece of open source code. Then I ran a search and found Bountysource.
I wonder, have you or the company where you work ever used it? Would your company be ready to offer bounties for fixing specific issues in a CPAN module or even in core perl? (bugs or new features alike.)
Would such bounties be a better way for TPF to spend their grant-money?
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