Mark Summersault asked what the license for this Wiki is going to be.
Below is what I plugged in for the time being. It's my best guess of what
the leading lights of #perl6 and @Larry would be reasonably happy with (and
thus it should also be appropriate for something eventually living on or
Copyright and License
* (c) 2006 under the same (always latest) license(s) used by
the Perl 6 /src branch of the Pugs trunk.
* See http://svn.perl.org/perl6/pugs/trunk/README for the latest details.
* See the "GPL-2", "Artistic-2.0b5", and "MIT" files in
the full license texts.
> # FYI. The note below was originally posted on perl.perl6.users.
> # Thought some folks here should also be interested in this.
> # Background:
> # http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl6.internals/34764
> # "Announcing the Perl 6 and Parrot wiki workspaces"
> # http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl6.users/357
> # > From: Andy Lester [mailto:andy[at]petdance.com]
> # > I'm working with Ask about doing something
> # > at perl.org in the next week or two.
> Ive just finished a big update to the Perl 6 Workplace Wiki. It got big
> enough that I started splitting it into subsidiary pages. The main page is
> still pretty long, but Ive added a table of contents to make it easier to
> find things on it.
> Please give it a look, and please add useful stuff to it.
> http://rakudo.org/perl6/index.cgi # Main page.
Nano-electron-beam and micro-neutron-beam technology.
Check out the new Perl 6 Workplace Wiki: