I just finished up a fun and successful Perl QA Hackathon in Berlin. This was my first such event and I'd really like to thank my new employer Liquid Web (more at the bottom) for sponsoring the event and my attendance of it!
As usual I worked on a multitude of various things that were either very interesting or needed my personal attention. The highlights were:
- Participated in all the toolchain consensus sessions (led by xdg++)
- Wrote the first version of an interaction /var/www/users/ingy_dot_net/index.html
OMG! That's now!!!
The Inline Grant is Finished!
Merry Christmas, Ingy and David
Have you been naughty or nice?
David and I have been busy elves!
See our blog: http://inline.ouistreet.com/
The Inline grant work is, um, working! Just a few things left to do, and we'll call it a wrap.
Greetings from PPW 2014.
David and I had a good week on Inline, but I had to cut it short to prepare for and attend this year's Pittsburgh Perl Workshop. I gave a mixed bag talk yesterday morning and the first topic was the Inline grant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDRLIjojlhg
You can read about our progress in the Week #3 report here: http://inline.ouistreet.com/
Don't forget to read the week #2 report as well, if you missed that last week.