Well, that's a beautiful dream...
But, from the offering plate (TPF details) page there is a donation faq:
Funding leading Perl developers and educators enables the Perl Foundation to effectively pursue its mandate to advance the use and understanding of Perl in the wider community.
Nonetheless, might we not (pun horrifies me, but nonetheless, and recursively... Aargh! ...never mind) profitably consider ways to (1) show our support for the donors of bandwidth and servers and (2)provide resources for growth/maintenance/repair of the Monastery?
For more on TPF, please see Ovid's The Perl Foundation Wants to Hear From You
, which addresses TPF's roles...and ours.
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