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Re: Archive tarball?

From:
Piers Cawley
Date:
January 9, 2004 00:26
Subject:
Re: Archive tarball?
Message ID:
m2smipa5nj.fsf@obelisk.bofh.org.uk
Luke Palmer <fibonaci@babylonia.flatirons.org> writes:

> michael.firestone writes:
>> Is there somewhere I can get the entire perl6-language archive in a 
>> tarball? 
>
> I personally don't know, but there could be somewhere.
>
>> I am trying to work on turning the Apocalypses into story cards at 
>> http://p6stories.kwiki.org.  It would be helpful to me if I could search 
>> the mailing list archives to make sure I incorporate any decisions made 
>> after each Apocalypse was written.  As there is no search engine at this 
>> moment ( that is not a whine or a complaint, merely a statement ), the next 
>> best thing for me would be a tarball I could grep. 
>
> Well, most of the decisions you'll find in the "official" documents: the
> apocalypses, exegeses, and synopses.  perl6-language has a lot of
> brainstorming, and a lot of Larry saying something interesting in the
> form of "maybe ...", but those could hardly be considered decisions.
>
> If worse comes to worst, you can always ask me.  I manage to keep the
> largest amount of the language in my head with the most time available
> to answer questions :-)
>
> Oh, and thanks for the p6stories work.

Of course the beauty of a Wiki is that you can just watch the
RecentChanges page, proof read the new stories for up to date
syntax and correct 'em as necessary.

-- 
Beware the Perl 6 early morning joggers -- Allison Randal



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