2013.01.01 in #76
2012 Year End Report
I think this is the first time I see a detailed annual report from The Perl Foundation. It is much needed. Thank you Dan Wright!. (And to be true to my never satisfied self, I'd like to see an even more detailed report regarding the sources of money and the actual spending. Which grant received how much etc.) ~ Gabor
2013.01.19 in #78
Perl 5 Core Maintenance Fund Status
Interested in the financial details of the Perl Foundation? Dan Wright has the numbers for you.
2014.02.18 in #135
2013 Year end report
This is the annual report of The Perl Foundation. Many thanks to Dan Wright who started to produce these reports in the last 2 or 3 years.
2014.03.05 in #137
GooglersGive to TPF
Dan Wright announces that the Perl Foundation is now listed as a cause on Benevity.org.
2014.06.25 in #153
TPF Year in Review - 2014
11 min with Dan Wright, the treasurer of The Perl Foundation.
2014.07.10 in #155
P5CMF Needs some love
Dan Wright warns us that the Perl 5 Core Maintenance Fund is running low on gas. Companies that rely on Perl to do the job, now would be a good time to chip in...
2014.11.22 in #174
Inside look at TPF's budget process
Dan Wright describes the budgeting process of The Perl Foundation.
2015.02.18 in #187
Looking for YAPC::NA News?
Dan described all the different ways you can keep up-to-date on news related to YAPC::NA.
2015.10.01 in #219
YAPC::NA 2016 Organizers
Want to be part of the crew behind the event? Here's your chance, YAPC::NA next organizer meeting is a couple of weeks away, and everybody who wants to lend a hand are welcome.
2015.11.12 in #225
YAPC::NA::2016 Update #1
So, where's the next YAPC::NA going to be? Turns out the answer has... not yet stabilized yet. Dan fills us on the current state of affair.
2016.02.10 in #238
YAPC::NA::2016 Call for Speakers
The YAPC::NA::2016 call for speakers is now open! There must be something you could talk about: Perl 5, Perl 6, the transition between the two (either way!), some other programming language, or some other topic you think may be of interest to programmers.
2016.02.10 in #238
YAPC::NA::2016 Call for Master Classes
YAPC::NA are looking for people to give master classes before and after this year's YAPC::NA.
2016.02.25 in #240
2016.05.16 in #252
Various bits of news about this year's YAPC::NA, including the talk schedule.
2016.06.11 in #255
The Perl Conference update - YAPC::NA newsletter #10
Q & A with Larry Wall - Sunday Arrival Dinner - Tuesday night Social - Tutorials - Wednesday Night Pull Request Challenge - Lightning Talks - Call for Volunteers
2017.08.03 in #315
TPC::NA 2017 Finance Report
I love transparency in finances of The Perl Foundation and the Perl events. It seems with the years smaller and smaller percentage of attendees were paying. After a peak of expenses in 2015, it seems the budgets is getting saner again. Oh and BTW the organizers are open for more volunteers to join them for the 2018 event!
2017.08.10 in #316
Hotel rooms and The Perl Conference
This year TPF ended up having to pay $10k for hotel rooms that weren't taken up for YAPC::NA. Dan explains why, and what is going to change as a result.
2017.08.22 in #318
The Perl Foundation has renewed its associate level membership in the Unicode Consortium.
2017.10.31 in #328
P5CMF running out of funds
The Perl 5 Core Maintence Fund, which has been supporting work on Perl 5 since 2011, is running low on funds. If your company uses Perl, maybe you could donate to the fund, perhaps setting up a recurring contribution.
2019.07.25 in #418
Board update to SoC incident
Further update by TPF to SoC incident.
2019.09.18 in #426
Pete Krawczyk nominated for TPF Treasurer
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