2017.08.01 in #315
Call for Grant Proposals (July 2017 Round)
This was published on 1st August with a dead-line of 5th August. Strange. It is also over by the time you read this message.
2017.08.07 in #316
Grant Proposal: Complete YAML::PP
Tina Müller has requested a grant of $2500 to complete YAML::PP, a new pure perl YAML parser, a key goal for which is support of YAML 1.2. If you've got an opinion, you can share it in the comments.
2017.08.09 in #316
Grant approved: revitalize blogs.perl.org
The grant proposal by André Walker, to sort out blogs.perl.org, has been approved.
2017.08.29 in #319
July 2017 Grant Votes
Tina's grant proposal for YAML::PP has been approved.
2017.08.31 in #315
May 2017 Grant Votes
A bit late, but the report is here.
2017.09.09 in #320
Call for Grant Proposals (September 2017 Round)
A call for grant proposals is up--the deadline for the next round is September 16.
2017.09.19 in #322
Grant Proposal: Rakudo Perl 6 performance analysis tooling
Timo Paulssen is requesting $7,500 to develop a web front-end to the existing instrumented profiler. As ever, if you've thoughts on the value of this, please add them in the comments.
2017.09.20 in #322
Grant Proposal: Act Voyager
ACT (A Conference Toolkit) has been used to provide the web-site for many Perl conferences over the years, but it's starting to show its age. Theo van Hoesel has requested $7,500 to work on a new version of ACT. If you've thoughts on ACT's problem, either as an organiser or attendee, please add them in the comments.
2018.02.13 in #343
Grant Proposals: January/February 2017
There are now 6 grant request. Go comment on them. I am especially interested in your opinion about the Perl Camp in Democratic Republic of Congo.
2018.03.05 in #346
January 2018 Grant Votes
The 'Curating and improving Perl6 documentation' JJ Merelo was approved. All the others rejected. (I am quite surprised that TPF seemed to have taken the proposal seriously. Given the timeline in the proposal was for last year and there was no reply to the comment about this.)
2018.03.20 in #348
Call for Grant Proposals (March 2018 Round)
2019.12.05 in #437
Grants: November 2019 Votes
'Implement Perl Binding for libuv' was approved.
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