Monthly Report - May

It was the month of Ramadan (Fasting) for us. As always, I was low in energy through out the month. Having said that "Perl Weekly Challenge" kept me going. However there was one low point when my daily CPAN game got discontinued after 621 days of daily CPAN upload. This time, it wasn't my fault. PAUSE site was down for some maintenance work. By the time it came back, it was too late. I really had to motivate myself hard to start again. I must say it wasn't easy to convince myself to start the journey again. I would like to thank everyone for the moral support. As of today, I have done 27 days of daily CPAN upload. With all these happenings, my other pet project "London Hack Day" is being delayed further.

Let's take a quick look through last month main activities.

  • Pull Request
  • Git Commits
  • Perl Weekly Challenge
  • Pull Request Club
  • Perl Blog
  • PerlWeekly Newsletter
  • Adopt CPAN Module

Pull Request

64 Pull Requests submitted in the month of May. With this I have now completed 50+ Pull Request every month so far in the year 2019, one of my new year resolutions.

1765 Pull Request altogether.

Git Commits

759 commits recorded in the month of May.

Overall 3336 commits recorded so far in the year 2019.

Perl Weekly Challenge

Perl Weekly Challenge proposed in the month of May.

I have also reviewed the weekly challenges and they are listed as below:

Pull Request Club

Last month, I received Mojo::Log::Colored and I submitted one Pull Request.

Perl Blog

Last month, I blogged about the following topics.

PerlWeekly Newsletter

Last month, I edited 2 editions of The PerlWeekly newsletter i.e. Issue #406 and Issue #408.

Adopt CPAN Module

None adopted last month.

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About Mohammad S Anwar

user-pic CPAN Author & Contributor. Co-editor of PerlWeekly newsletter. Write article for http://perl.com, Father of 3 angels. Indian by birth, British by choice.