Parrot 0.4.14 can be obtained via CPAN (soon), or follow the download instructions. For those who would like to develop on Parrot, or help develop Parrot itself, we recommend using Subversion or SVK on our source code repository to get the latest and best Parrot code.
The schedule is still not done (this is *hard* work), but in the meantime you check out this page: http://vienna.yapceurope.org/ye2007/talks In fact, we are busy working on it at this moment and expect the schedule to be ready in a few days maximum.
Apart from being one of the people pointing Perl 6 in the right direction, Damian is the author of the much appraised "Object Oriented Perl" and "Perl Best Practices" books. He is also the creator of some astounding CPAN modules, including Getopt::Euclid, IO::Prompt, Lingua::Romana::Perligata, Parse::RecDescent, Smart::Comments, Switch and Text::Autoformat.
More information on the event can be attained in log's webpage (in Portuguese) or by contacting eventos at log dot pt directly.
Congratulations and good luck to José. And many thanks to all the people who made my years in the role so enjoyable.
Attendance is free.
If you want to join us, see our blog for more information on how to get there.
Flavio Glock will receive a travel microgrant to help him attend YAPC::EU and evangelize kp6 and the Perl 6 in Perl 6 effort.
Steve Pritchard will receive a microgrant to complete the RPM packaging of Parrot and Pugs for Fedora and to submit those packages for inclusion in the official Fedora distribution. Steve will be blogging his progress at http://blog.stevecoinc.com/
Juerd Waalboer is the maintainer of feather.perl6.nl, the primary host for Pugs development. Juerd will receive a microgrant to purchase upgraded hardware for feather.
If you're interested in submitting a Perl 6 microgrant, you can find more information about how to do so at http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl5.porters/2007/03/msg122448.html.
You can see the tags I already added. All three of them.
Later I add more features (such as seeing the tags of others and seeing them in a cloud) and I'll also provide access to the data so that it can be used to enhance search engines.
You are most welcome to register on the site and start adding tags to your favorite modules or just complain bitterly about the bugs and missing features on the CPAN::Forum page of CPAN Forum.
Come join the myriad members of the San Diego Perl Mongers as they meet once again to discuss, debate, deconstruct, and sometimes even deviate from all things Perl.
Monday, 09 July 2007, 19:00 - 21:00
Panera Bread, Mira Mesa, Calif. (with free wi-fi!)
We never have an agenda, but we always have a good time.