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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I was at TPC 2, and at the longer sessions the presenters provided booklets that were bound copies of the slides. I have four of them - one on Advanced Perl (including my first intro to the Schwartzian transform), one on regular expressions (hand made slides by Jeffrey Friedl), one on CGI and a fourth one that escapes me at the moment. I never threw them away. There still on my desk (which I am away from for the weekend).

    If you like, I can make copies and send them to you (or someone) where they can be

    • It would be nice to have the tutorial handouts on the web, but there are some issues with that. First, people who attended those sessions had to pay extra for each half-day tutorial. Second, some of the presenters teach/taught those classes for their livelihood. That's not to say that these issues can't be resolved, just that there's a legitimate reason to hold off (at least four or five years. :-)

      What I'd like to see preserved are things like the CFP, the program and schedule, the refereed papers, news and reports from the event, photos and the like. There aren't any drawbacks to putting those materials online, and in fact there's probably a big incentive to maintain them.

       

      I don't want to sound like I'm harping on O'Reilly about this one; other conference organizers (IDG, CMP, YAS) are also just as bad. Somehow, I don't find their events to be as important as TPC/OSCon. :-)