Monthly Report - March

March was really busy working on two of my pet projects i.e. "Perl Weekly Challenge" and "London Hack Day". Last couple of weeks spent mostly on setting up web portal for "Perl Weekly Challenge". We are already in the second week of the challenge already. It has been accepted very positively so far. Unfortunately the project "London Hack Day" got neglected little bit because of all these. However I committed to get it going in the next couple of weeks once the "Perl Weekly Challenge" is settled down. Fregus and Rick helping me with the "London Hack Day" project. I have already registered domain for the "London Hack Day" as I will soon start working on the web portal and draft the format as well. Apparently we have found venue for our first "London Hack Day" already thanks to Fergus for the hard work. We would need at least 10 people willing to give away half a day one Saturday. More details would be shared later as it is still very much in design stage.
It would be a big occasion when we would do our first "London Hack Day".

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

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

Pull Request

56 Pull Requests submitted in the month of March.

1642 Pull Request altogether.

Git Commits

602 commits recorded in the month of March.

Overall 1642 (same as PR, what a co-incidence) commits recorded at the end of the year 2019.

Pull Request Club

Last month, I received Proc::Pidfile and I submitted one Pull Request.

Perl Blog

Last month, I blogged about the following topics.

PerlWeekly Newsletter

Last month, I prepared 2 editions of The PerlWeekly newsletter i.e. Issue 398 and Issue 400.

Adopt CPAN Module

None adopted last month.

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About Mohammad S Anwar

user-pic CPAN Contributor. Co-editor of Perl Weekly newsletter. Run Perl Weekly Challenge @PerlWChallenge. Father of 3 angels. Indian by birth, British by choice.