I for one, think a Perl6-users wiki would be extremely useful, I'm
just not sure why a site that distinguishes itself as "a portal for
the Australian and New Zealand Perl community" makes the most sense
(particularly to anyone trying to find the Perl6-users wiki from
outside this mailing list).

Okay, New Zealand and Australia have "parrots" but the connection is a
stretch. Isn't Larry and/or Damian from Australia? Maybe that's the

I'm just askin'...


On 23/05/06, Conrad Schneiker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Please see forwarded note below.

(( Paul:  Didn't see this show up in the archives, so I'm forwarding it on
your behalf. Looks like you have to be subscribed to post. Details for doing
that are in:


Also please look at a posted reply:


Could you switch to an existing Perl 5 based wiki for the time being? ))

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Paul Fenwick
Date: May 23, 2006 1:03 AM


G'day Conrad and P6ers,

My apology for this being a very brief note.  I'm on an interstate training
assignment until the end of the week, and I'm scrounging net access where I

Conrad Schneiker wrote:


> Their posted policies, FAQ, and (http://perl.net.au/wiki/PerlNet:About),
> seem to be very favorably inclined to serving the purposes of recent Perl
> Wiki proposals made on comp.perl6.lang and comp.perl6.users. (I've cc'd
> their contact on this note.)

As one of the PerlNet admins, I'd be delighted if PerlNet was used to assist
any Perl 6 development, discussions, or other activities.  PerlNet exists to
provide support for the Perl community, and if there's anything I can do to
it more suitable to help the Perl 6 effort, then I'd be very happy to do my
to make it happen.

All the very best,


Paul Fenwick <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> | http://perltraining.com.au/
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