Video: Perl Proudly Presents

Mar 12, 2010

The Perl Project is presenting its work more often at events, opening up for the community. CeBIT Open Source was one opportunity, and Perl member Gabor Szabo was giving an interview to Linux Magazine Online.

Linux Magazine Online met Gabor Szabo at the Open Source Project Lounge. Having traveled the long way from Israel, he was part of the staff at the booth at CeBIT 2010. He's telling us that you rarely meet the Perl community in public, and that the project wants to change this. There is a part of the organization in charge only of public presence in Europe. He also gives insight views of Perl 5 and Perl 6.

Perl project shows off public.

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