perl101.org needs a new maintainer
My website perl101.org needs a new maintainer.
I’ve had it up and running since 2007 with the intent of having a site that had everything a beginning Perl programmer needed to know. The intent was that there be a site where someone learning on the fly could learn important things like “Don’t use capture variables without checking that the match succeeded” that might not be covered by most online tutorials.
It’s had very little attention from me for years, and I don’t want to renew the domain when it comes up for renewal in a few weeks.
According to Google Analytics, the site got 5K users and 6K sessions in the past 28 days.
If you’re interested in taking over the site, please make an issue in the GitHub issue tracker for the site and let me know what you would to keep it going.
If nobody steps up to maintain it, I’m going to let it expire in a couple of weeks.