November 2009 Archives

qa.perl.org - a quick clean up

I've implemented the redesign of http://qa.perl.org/ and put it live.

There does need to be a separate clean up of the content, I'm wondering what the advantage of this site is (now), over say, having more information on say http://learn.perl.org/ about how to do testing.

Anyway, I've got other projects to sort out first, but may come back to this at some point.

dev.perl.org - gets a facepaint

Following on from http://www.perl.org/'s redesign, and the clean up of http://learn.perl.org/ I'm happy to say I've done the same for http://dev.perl.org/.

No real content change, other than hopefully making the home page clearer, but it's a lot nicer to look at now.

Enjoy

Leo

www.perl.org - redesign

Well, it's taken me 6 weeks of evenings and the odd weekend, but I'm proud to say the new http://www.perl.org/ site has just gone live.

This is a complete redesign and content review. Hopefully it's cleaner and easier for people to actually get the information they are after.

Whilst I was at it I also implemented this skin for http://dbi.perl.org/ and http://learn.perl.org/ (which needs a lot more loving now you can actually see what's there... not much).

My work…

The games afoot...

There is so much happening in the world of Perl at the moment...

  • New blogs (this was posted to http://blogs.perl.org/!)
  • New web designs (more on this another time)
  • New approaches (Moose, Catalyst, DBIx::Class etc etc etc)
  • New initiatives (Iron Man, TPF marketing etc etc)

I haven't historically been a blogger, but I think some of the projects I do at work (http://www.foxtons.co.uk/) as well as home might be of interest, so I'll try and do the occasional wright up here.

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