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Re: Re: Future Perl development

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February 28, 2007 04:31
Re: Re: Future Perl development
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> > >
> > > I think Perl needs some "PR" to make companies aware of Perls
> > > and future development...
> > >
> > Yes, Yes, Yes.
> shows:
> * Public Relations - Andy Lester
> * "At Large" committee members:
>      * Paul Blair (PR)
> If people have ways of complimenting the PR that TPF is already doing,
> I'm sure they'd be glad to hear about it.

It's great that the Perl Foundation started the blog. I think the blog
made a great contribution to bring more transparency of TPFs work. And
they can't do everything...

Some ideas about a fictive Perl-PR-platform:

*) search for companies that use Perl a lot
**) provide this list to workshop organisers (to ask for sponsoring)
*) regular press releases on press portals (e.g. about Perl
projects (e.g. milestones of Parrot, great developments of
Catalyst,...)  to keep these projects in the public's mind
*) keep a knowledge base of Perl project up to date (at least some
*) links to perl-related  "media" (,,,,...)
*) links to perl-related jobs
**) I search the interenet for Perl-Jobs (in the germanspeaking area)
regularly, but these jobs doesn't appear on
*) up-to-date success stories
*) a calendar (with "search by country" abilities)
*) list of personalities who want to talk in other PM groups
*) active fundraising (maybe like Wikimedia)

I know  that lots some of these things already exist, but they are
widely spread. That means, that you have to know where you can find
these information.


> Nicholas Clark

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