Perl QAH 2016
This past week I once again attended the annual Perl Quality Assurance Hackathon in Rugby, U.K.
This event centers around a bunch of Perl enthusiasts getting together to work on the Perl Toolchain - the underlying systems, processes, tools, and vast testing infrastructure that ensure Perl and its modules (CPAN) are available and installable on a wide array of architectures.
At this particular event, I spent some time familiarizing myself with the PAUSE code base (with the help of rjbs), and fixing up a bunch of low hanging fruit:
A new beginning
Well, it's about time I updated the old site.
I'm giving Jekyll a try for this one, hopefully that means I will blog more.
More to follow. Maybe.
-- Matthew Horsfall (alh)