in reply to Re^7: The Future of Perl 5
in thread The Future of Perl 5
People can indeed be bothered to say something, and when they don't say negative stuff but very nice positive stuff, we are winning again. Both Perl 5 and Perl 6. Both instances of this year's (oh, of course also last year's) The Perl Conference (Salt Lake City and Glasgow) had a lot of newbies, they had a good time, gave the conferences good vibes, and even gave nice and interesting talks, also about completely new products, and new companies starting to use Perl. At non-Perl events, it is nice to hear about this as well, and about former Perl-users coming back to Perl, because Perl is interesting again. It could all be much better, but it could also be much much worse.
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Re^9: The Future of Perl 5
by LanX (Sage) on Aug 30, 2018 at 13:22 UTC