Lots of stuff happening over the past week because of OSCON.

These links are collected from the
Perlbuzz Twitter feed.
If you have suggestions for news bits, please mail me at
andy@perlbuzz.com.

  • Simon Cozens is “about 60% of the way there” working on a new way to install web apps (simon-cozens.org)
  • vim configs including key bindings for Ack in Project (structurallysoundtreehouse.com)
  • What should the world know about Perl? (perlbuzz.com)
  • Perl book sales down 14% (radar.oreilly.com)
  • Agh, I didn’t realize the article I skimmed was four years old. Ignore, ignore! (radar.oreilly.com)
  • Perl 6 Projects (perl6-projects.org)
  • Three things in Perl 6 that are not so great (use.perl.org)
  • Recap of @skud‘s #oscon keynote on sexism in open source (radar.oreilly.com)
  • Any steps you take to include women in your project will only increase the total pool of hackers who can work on it! (radar.oreilly.com)
  • Larry’s discussion of the cool new error messages in Perl 6 is inspiring. So helpful for the coming transition.
  • Banner from first ever Perl Conference went for $60 in the #oscon auction
  • White Camel winners: @timbunce, @Schwern, BooK.
  • RT @timbunce The screencast of my NYTProf v3 and perl optimization talk at #oscon is available at (timbunce.blip.tv)
  • RT @rakudoperl Moritz Lenz released Rakudo Perl #19 — (rakudo.org)
  • RT @clonezone Tim Bunce (@timbunce) is amazing. Perl is lucky to have someone like him around.
  • My to-do list always grows post-OSCON (perlbuzz.com)
  • Behind the scenes of a Rakudo Perl release (use.perl.org)
  • Video of @skud‘s keynote at #oscon on women in open source (blip.tv)
  • What does the outside of Perl look like? (use.perl.org)