develooper Front page | perl.perl6.language | Postings from June 2005

Re: new mailing list: perl6-general?

Thread Previous | Thread Next
From:
Patrick R. Michaud
Date:
June 15, 2005 12:33
Subject:
Re: new mailing list: perl6-general?
Message ID:
20050615193338.GD10593@pmichaud.com
On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 10:04:34AM -0500, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> 
> Perhaps what we need is updated descriptions of the various mailing
> lists on perl.org (http://dev.perl.org/perl6/lists/)?  I'll draft
> some proposed changes to that page.

And here they are...  this is just a draft -- feel free to flame/edit/
tear it apart liberally.  These are also written assuming we don't
create a perl6-general list (but it shouldn't be hard to adapt them
should one be created).

perl6-announce
    Moderated list for news of new lists, working groups, and so on. 
    Summaries from the top-level working groups are also posted here.

perl6-language
    Discussion of the perl6 language, focusing primarily on the
    design of the language itself and its desired (or unwanted)
    features.  General questions about the Perl 6 language tend
    to come here, as well as patches and suggestions for improving
    the Perl 6 design documents (Apocalypses, Synopses, etc.).

perl6-internals
    Discussion of the design, development, and implementation of
    Parrot, the virtual machine underlying Perl 6 and other
    interpreted languages.  Messages here focus on implementing
    and testing the Parrot virtual machine, patches to the Parrot
    implementation, porting Parrot to other target platforms, 
    the components and design features needed for Parrot to 
    support higher-level languages, and selected high-level language
    compilers (e.g. Tcl, Lisp, etc.).

perl6-compiler
    Discussion of the development and implementation of Perl 6
    compilers and runtime components, including Pugs and the
    Parrot Grammar Engine (Perl 6 rules).  Questions, bug
    reports, and patches regarding existing Perl 6 compilers and 
    runtime components go here.


Pm

Thread Previous | Thread Next


nntp.perl.org: Perl Programming lists via nntp and http.
Comments to Ask Bjørn Hansen at ask@perl.org | Group listing | About