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Tuesday June 16, 2009
04:53 AM

hello world

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Hello, this my (sir_lichtkind) second account here to separate the perl 6 related things a bit. Ans since i maintain the module Perl6::Doc this name fits somehow. So may I could be please added to planet perl 6. So what did happen so newsworthy.

Firstly mberends++ and I translated all 5 perl tablet appendices. Especially Appendix B, a sort of perl 6 cheat sheet, becomes valuable since, these tables are scattered around many synopses and the synopses now contain the tests, which is good for implementers, and lang brains but not for newcomer. so lets get ready the Perl tablets soon, even without TPF funding.

The second thing are my perl 6 tutorial i wrote in last 2 years for $foo. It is now online (in german), but i started also this to translate, help always welcome.

All good things are three. I became november user and started to add content to make some sort of newbefriendly intro into perl 6 worl and projects. Its very early but promising and i found some bugs and quirks, filed feate wishes, so november is now almost usable.

So now you may ask why try to do all at once. No there is much more i currently do in life but honestly all these projects benefit from each other and they simply need to be done.
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  • This is really very nice. I like to cheat on Perl 6 :) I wonder if there is a POD version of it somewhere? something parse-able that is.