For many years, perl releases were infrequent, with a single person (the "pumpking") responsible for several subsequent releases.
This has changed in the last years, and perl is released on a frequent schedule, with many people ("release managers") taking turns and making a release of perl. In this talk, we will look at what it takes to make a perl release, and show that "everyone" is able to become a release manager.
The presentor can speak from personal experiences, having released perl twice before. The presenter is also the acting release manager, and will do a release at the end of July 2014.
|Venue||Main Hall (Fujiwara Hiroshi Hall)|
|Starts On||2014-08-29 10:20:00|
|Talk Duration||40 minutes|
|Material (Difficulty) Level||Regular|
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