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Perl QA Hackathon 2014 Report

tl;dr → At the 2014 Perl QA hackathon in Lyon, I worked on PAUSE, Module::Metadata, version number semantics, Test::Harness, CPAN.pm, CPAN::Reporter, Dist::Zilla and more. Why do I love the QA hackathon? As I mentioned in my TPF grant application, the QA hackathon allows me to work in a concentrated way for several days on parts […]

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The Annotated Lancaster Consensus

The official Lancaster Consensus document is on Github. This blog post is an annotated review of it. The Lancaster Consensus At the first Perl QA Hackathon in 2008 in Oslo, a number of QA and toolchain authors, maintainers and experts came together to agree on some common standards and practices. This became known as "The […]

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Perl Oasis 2012 wrapup

Last weekend I attended the Orlando Perl Workshop. While the "hallway track" is one of the best parts of Perl workshops, the talks I saw were also excellent. Here is an overview of the sessions I attended. Doing the Jitterbug Jonathan Leto (dukeleto) presented Jitterbug, a cross language continuous integration tool for git (and written […]

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