Hi Conrad,

Thanks for following up with this.  (I believe we talked about this once
before, quite a while ago.)

I'll be able to follow up with you about this later this weekend. (I'm on
vacation right now, waiting for a flight to get me into Toronto later this
afternoon.  Then, laundry, and finally getting back on top of email from the
past 2 weeks!)


On 7/6/07, Conrad Schneiker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

After seeing this good news:


Andy Lester <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  writes "For a year or two now,
hosted the Perl 6 and Parrot wikis on my home server, on a not-too-fast
line, at rakudo.org. They've now been moved to the wiki infrastructure at
perlfoundation.org, on a dedicated box. This means much better
so if you've tried the wikis before and found them slow, check them out

The moved wiki workspaces are

*         http://www.perlfoundation.org/perl6/ - Perl 6

*         http://www.perlfoundation.org/parrot/ - Parrot

*         http://www.perlfoundation.org/hackathon-chicago/ - The 2006
hackathon in Chicago

*         http://www.perlfoundation.org/hackathon-toronto/ - The 2007
hackathon in Toronto

Thanks to Socialtext <http://socialtext.com/>  for the hosting.

. I'm following up on an earlier series of threads from over a year ago,
starting with this proposal,


which eventually morphed into this:


Anyway, I'd like to wrap this up somehow or other, so here's my latest

Could I pay/donate TPF $500 to put a moderately prominent/explicit link
somewhere on the perl.org home page to "The Perl 6 Wiki"? (If TPF wanted
use that $500 for a Perl 6 microgrant, that would be nice, but that's
entirely optional.) I would then take this as effectively satisfying an
earlier requirement for official Perl 6 Wiki recognition/affiliation, and
award the remaining $500 to Andy Lester.

Best regards,
Conrad Schneiker

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