Re using perl.com articles in your Perl 6 wiki documentation, were you also planning on adding (links to) Larry Wall's annual "State of the Onion" talks? They contain a wealth of great language design philosophy for people wanting to learn about what sorts of things motivated the exceedingly interesting path that Perl 6 is pursuing.
To perl6-users: It would also be great if someone were to distill the Perl 6 related content of those talks down to a single comprehensive CliffsNotes synopsis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CliffsNotes). Best regards, Conrad Schneiker www.AthenaLab.com http://www.perlfoundation.org/perl6 -- Official Perl 6 Wiki http://www.perlfoundation.org/parrot -- Official Parrot Wiki http://www.perlfoundation.org/perl5 -- Official Perl 5 Wiki PS: I know I shouldn't top post, but this was hard to deal with.... -----Original Message----- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, December 29, 2007 6:04 AM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Perl6::Doc # Hail to the new pharao thanks to chromatic, so i have ask Jonathan Scott Duff, Phil Crow and wait for /Adrianos answer. what i yesterday also forgot to mention is that rumor says that the emerald tables are designed to can provide answer for people on over 100 different levels of consciousness. to teach the newbeees the simpel stuff and simultaniously the Damians , last bits is what really describes the goal of my perl tables / > On Friday 28 December 2007 17:04:40 herbert breunung wrote: > > >> I have also plans to add my perl article (once they transelated) for $foo >> perl magazine and maybe some perl.com articles, if chomatic allowes. >> > > It's fine with O'Reilly, as long as the authors of the articles agree (they > hold the copyright). Where I'm the author, you have my permission. > > O'Reilly generally asks that you include a link to the original article as > published on our site, but that's a request and not a requirement. > > -- c > >