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"Kindly avoid inflicting upon this one the same fate shared by so much other documentation produced by a patchwork of well-meaning but disparate contributors seeing more the trees than the forest as they continually apply peephole optimizations that inadvertently compromise the overall integrity of the work, where the presentation eventually more resembles an illegible patchwork quilt of no especial application or intended purpose than it does a dedicated garment of one cloth woven." -- Tom Christiansen, at the height of his form.
Thinking that they looked rather interesting, I've taken a couple of hours to integrate them in to SVN::Web.
The work's been carried out on this branch, if you want to follow along.
The code works well enough to draw a scrollable timeline of Subversion commits.
Please mark your calendars! The organizers of OSDC::Israel are glad to announce that the next conference will be held on 20-22 February 2007. There will be additional events such as tutorials and a Perl 6 hackathon near the main conference; the exact schedule will be announced in the next month or so.
This is the Perl 6 Internals correction summary, for the weeks of 2006-02-13 through 2006-02-28, by Ann Barcomb.Summary updates
Thank you to everyone who took the time to point out that I had accidently used February 2003 rather than 2006 for the internals section. This is the actual summary for February 2006.
Due to the comments received on short URLs, I have decided to use the originals, as I also prefer them.
I've put on my overalls and rubber gloves to help Perl 6. I'm the chief Parrot Cage Cleaner, and I'd like you to join me in helping to keep this crucial bird healthy.
Parrot is the virtual machine designed to efficiently compile and execute bytecode for interpreted languages. Parrot will be the target for the final Perl 6 compiler, and is already usable as a backend for Pugs, as well as variety of other languages.
The Parrot project was re-energized by a week-long hackathon at YAPC::NA 2006, with Parrot wizards from around the world converging on Chicago to create more magic. However, when wizards create magic, they spend less time fighting entropy. The Parrot project is starting to accumulate technical debt, and that helps diminish the potential velocity of the project. It often turns out that without janitors, the wizards get stuck.