The Call For Papers for the upcoming German Perl-Workshop 2009 is available. Please see
for the complete announcement.
The 11th German Perl-Workshop will take place from February 25th 2009 to February 27th 2009 in Frankfurt am Main at the "House of the Youth" ("Haus der Jugend").
The German Perl Workshop aims at fostering exchange and social networking between Perl module developers and advanced Perl users in the German-speaking Perl community (and beyond).
There is a new mailing list for Catalyst related discussion in german. It is born out of a discussion in Hamburg.pm/Dresden.pm mailing list, that we should try to collect and bring together german speaking Catalyst users.
Matt S Trout quickly set up the list for us before we could say "Blueberry pie".
If you do Catalyst in germany or around, feel free to subscribe at http://lists.scsys.co.uk/mailman/listinfo/catalyst-de
In the last days I worked quite a lot on my Perl6-syntax-enhanced version of Emacs cperl-mode. I synchronized it with ilyaz' version 5.19 and walked through a lot of scripts in pugs/examples and some synopses to find missing syntax that troubles cperl-mode.
I would love to hear *any* feedback whether or how it works for you.
So if you normally use (X)Emacs and experiment with Pugs/Perl6, please give cperl-mode a try and drop me a (non)success message.
You can find it in Pugs:
and you can read more detailed usage instructions here:
We just debianized PDF::FDF::Simple at the German Perlworkshop. Thanks to rafl.