It seems like there's an issue with the tpf-conferen...@perlfoundation.org
email address. Can anyone confirm this?
Is there anything we can do to help out the Freshwater Perl Workshop?
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On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 5:27 PM, Tom Legrady <legr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I wrote to the link at http://www.yapc.org/workshops.html,but it doesn't
> work any more, as shown below, so you might want to make the address work or
> update the page. Also, as you know, we're trying to organize an event, but I
> wonder how TPF charitable status works across the border.
> Tom Legrady
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> Subject: Freshwater Perl in Toronto, Canada, on April 2
> From: Tom Legrady <legr...@gmail.com>
> To: tpf-conferen...@perlfoundation.org
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> We're organizing a perl workshop along the lines of Frozen Perl, Perl
> Oasis, Pittsburgh perl Workshop to be held April 2, 2011.
> While we haven't had a vote, I think we're interested in level 2 or level 3
> support, as described on http://www.yapc.org/workshops.html, but there's a
> border in the way. .
> I guess US supporters can make a donation to TPF, and TPF can decide to
> provide us with a grant in that amount. How about Canadian companies,
> Canadian individuals?
> Tom Legrady