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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • If this is something you're interested in doing, you should submit a proposal. Personally, I'd love to see some proposals that weren't stricly tech work. For example, how about a grant to improve the look and content of the perl.org site?

    But as I said in my original journal entry, the biggest problem is a lack of submissions, not a lack of interest on TPF's part in funding such things.
    • Unfortunately I am a techie too - but I'll keep that in mind and I'll look around.
    • Another idea could be to sponsor web hosting. It is easy these days to have code repository and a static web site for free - but if you want to showcase an application or (as was the case of CSS testing application for HTML::FormFu [fireartist.com]) when you need a non standard collaborative application then you have to buy some hosting.