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July 10, 2007

July 9th, 2007 - New TPF Community Relations Leader

After four years of excellent (and often thankless) work behind the scenes of pm.org, Dave Cross has decided to step down and take a well-deserved rest. Thanks, Dave!

Stepping into Dave's role is José Castro, already well-known to many in our community as cog. José will be leading a team charged with helping to establish and nurture Perl Mongers groups throughout the world.

There are already a number of projects under way, and several more in the planning stages, but José and his team want to hear from you. Any feedback or suggestions you have to offer will be greatly appreciated.

(Many thanks as well to log for generously sponsoring a portion of Jose's time throughout 2007 to work on Perl Mongers and Perl Foundation activities.)

December 13, 2006

December 13, 2006 - Save the date: New England Perl Workshop, March 10, 2007

This just in from the Boston Perl Mongers:

Boston.pm will be presenting the inaugural "New England Perl Workshop" at Northeastern University on Saturday, March 10th, 2007. We are following in the tradition of the Pittsburgh, London, and Nordic Perl workshops in having two tracks of talks (some short, some long), with opportunities to socialize. We're also hoping to include a
hackathon.

We hope to draw a mix of interested participants from New England and surrounding areas, as well as interested national and international attendees. We are in the process of defining the process for submitting and collecting talks as well as putting together a website at http://www.neperlworkshop.org/. Please stay tuned for more details.


The latest news is that this flopped and will not occur.

contributed by Anonymous on February 18, 2007 6:56 PM

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