Starting tomorrow — actually later today — I will make a semi-short post each day. You have been warned.
Each such post will consist of two parts: one with a retrospective into an event or phenomenon taking place on that particular day in November sometime in history; the other with some modest update representing around half an hour of work on something Perl 6-related. If this all sounds eerily familiar, it might be because this is the third year I do this. It also happens to be the last.
What do I pledge to do in the coming month? This:
- Make an effort to get November running again as a service on feather. (I might also get to tell the sad and mysterious story of how it stopped running.)
- Make November work under Rakudo
master, as opposed to the
- Finish the last week of the Web.pm grant.
- Make Web.pm work under Rakudo
- Experiment with making November work with (parts of Web.pm).
- Work on Psyde, the static web engine that runs this blog.
- Investigate a common pandoc-like markup converter that could serve both November and Psyde.
- Finish the module installer
pls, such that it installs the whole ecosystem.
So that's it. Mostly my work will focus on November (hence the choice of month, after all), or on webby stuff.
Lately I feel I've lost contact with Actual Real Coding™, sort of sniffing at the outskirts of it, but not sitting down and practising it much. I see this as my chance to jump (or fall, or trip) back into the fray a bit. Looking forward to that.
Go go go!