Re: Perl (and other) packaging talk on FOSDEM
On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 4:29 AM, gregor herrmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 11 Dec 2009 23:45:38 +0200, Gabor Szabo wrote:
>> On FOSDEM in Brussels on 6-7 February 2010 there are going
>> to be two rooms for cross-distro talks.
>> I suggested on the FOSDEM mailing list to have a set of talks to
>> show/discuss how Perl and CPAN modules are being packaged by
>> the various distros.
> And the talk is accepted in the meantime - thanks for taking this
>> I'd be happy to give a talk about how CPAN modules are being developed,
>> how maintainership works, why do perl developers suggest installation via
>> CPAN.pm instead of apt-get or yum but I'd like to see if there are going to
>> be people from the respective Perl groups and if they are ready to
>> give talks on the subjects outlined above?
> It's too late anyway but I think several talks on the same subject
> would have been a bit too much.
> But having one session for looking at the topic from various points
> of view sounds really interesting!
>> Any of you is planning to attend FOSDEM?
> Yup, and I know that Tincho will be there too (and from older mails
> Xavier and Jeremiah also expressed their interest).
>> Can we try to organize a little session on Perl/CPAN packaging?
>> [..] we can have
>> a nice session and might even make some improvements to our processes
>> and to our interaction.
> Sure, and (despite the bad timing for your talk :)) I'm happy to
> share my experiences from the Debian Perl Group.
So maybe we can split up the scheduled 45 minutes into
15-20 min myself
10 min you from Debian
10 min someone from Fedora, hello Fedora people. Is there going to be
someone from the Perl team on FOSDEM?