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TeeJay (2309)

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Journal of TeeJay (2309)

Wednesday June 30, 2004
10:43 AM

more on perl projects

[ #19598 ]
so the Perl Email Project has a wiki, and the NMS project have plenty of stuff on their pages.

I imagine there are others - it would be nice to have a page or subsite at perl.org listing things like this, and how to get involved, and who is looking for help, volunteers, etc.

I'd be happy to keep it up to date for a few hours a month, and try and make it useful, if somebody could point a domain towards somewhere I can put some pages.

Anybody?

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  • Isn't apprentice.perl.org [perl.org] for this sort of thing?
    • yes

      but its not linked from the main page

      Also it would be nice if you could comment on a project, or add links to relevent modules and/or projects.. also to flag duplicate projects (rating CPAN could do with something along those lines too).

      --

      @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
      print reverse @JAPH;

      • You could download the source [perl.org] and add those features :)

        • I just logged in and attempted to add a new project. (there goes 10 minutes of my evening, and I haven't even done any work for my father-in-law's website yet)

          undefined subroutine &Mason::Apprentice::NOW called at /home/apprweb/apprentice-htdocs/logged_in/new_project_submit.html line 6.

          yuck - mason is *so* not my bag

          --

          @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
          print reverse @JAPH;
  • How'd you find that so fast? I only set it up this morning. :-)

    --
    Casey West