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The PTS 2018 in Oslo was a huge success

by Tux (Abbot)
on Apr 25, 2018 at 07:31 UTC ( #1213514=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Some news about the PTS 2018 Oslo

Up to 2016, this event was known as Perl QA Hackathon - PQAH.

The PTS is a free of charge coding workshop for people involved in Quality Assurance, testing, packaging, CPAN, and other projects related to quality assurance. The workshop is not necessarily exclusive to Perl projects, however, many of the attendees will be planning to work on projects that have a direct benefit to the Perl language.

This was the 11th event that focuses solely on the QA of perl testing and the toolchain (Configure, CPANTESTERS, Build systems, MetaCPAN, PAUSE, authorizations, modules, dependencies etc etc)

It started in Oslo back in 2008, when we needed to define things like parallel testing and focus slowly shifted since then towards the complete CPAN ecosystem, form starting a module to describing the requirements for authors maintaining modules "up-river". It was very productive again and I want to specifically thank all the sponsors for enabling this event (and op cause Salve, Philippe, Neil, Laurent, and Stig for organizing it)!

The sponsors: NUUG Foundation, Teknologihuset,, cPanel, FastMail, Elastic, ZipRecruiter, MaxMind, MongoDB, SureVoIP, Campus Explorer, Bytemark, Infinity Interactive, OpusVL, Eligo, Perl Services, and Oetiker+Partner.

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn
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