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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • It's wonderful to see this post. With leo and you both journaling, the visibility of Perl 6 development will be much enriched.

    A small nitpick, lest people stumble into an empty channel -- Pugs's IRC server is irc.freenode.net #perl6, not irc.perl.org. The social atmosphere of freenode is of communication between various language/project communities, which is methinks essential to Perl 6 in general and Pugs in particular.

    As for funding, I've said in PA01 that it would be more helpful to donate time to the Perl 6 project by hacking Pugs, rather than asking TPF for money to do the same thing. As my six-month sabbatical is drawing to a close soon, I'd certainly welcome sponsorship, from TPF or other places.

    As for copyright, I'd like to see Artistic-2.0-final released, before I can consider assigning it to TPF under that license. Even better if we can get a round of public review for the current beta of Artistic license, so CPAN authors and other Pugs hackers can help improving it.

    Please do keep the journals flowing. :)

    • Pugs's IRC server is irc.freenode.net #perl6, not irc.perl.org.

      Righto, thanks for the correction.

      As my six-month sabbatical is drawing to a close soon, I'd certainly welcome sponsorship, from TPF or other places.

      You hear that folks (especially the company who asked me about it at YAPC)? Get cracking. :)

      Even better if we can get a round of public review for the current beta of Artistic license, so CPAN authors and other Pugs hackers can help improving it.

      That's the plan (as I mentioned

    • The social atmosphere of freenode is of communication between various language/project communities...

      Huh...I thought it was the IRCOPs sending 14-line global messages every half hour (followed immediately by another 1d4 to correct typos in the original) in order to beg for money or apologize for decoupling Europe while in a drunken stupor.

      *rimshot*