Originally published at Perl Weekly 597
I hope you had a successful 2022 and you are ready for the next year. I certainly have lots of plans. As always. They are also changing a lot all the time. One of them is a new course I am working on called OSDC - Open Source Development Course. It is a hands-on course that covers git/GitHub/GitLab/Testing/CI using real-world open source projects. It is also not only a plan, I am starting the first session next Sunday. It will be given in Hebrew.
For the course I started to collect Open Source projects developed by corporations. There are a few where the product is open source such as Redis and Elastic. There are others where the company shares some of its code as open source such as Netflix, Facebook, or Booking.com.
I'd like to ask for your help. Look around at your company and maybe other companies and let me know which one shares projects using an Open Source license. It would help me and the participants of this courses a lot. For the purpose of the course and for my collection the programming languages don't matter.
However, if you can also point out Perl-based projects, that would be even better. Then I could feature these projects in the newsletter. Let's start now with one I already found:
Enjoy your year!
Your editor: Gabor Szabo.
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Lots of Raku gems in one place, thanks for sharing knowledge with us every week.
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One place for both Perl and Python fans. Plenty to keep you busy.
Very impressive one-liner both in Perl and Raku. Nice work, keep it up.
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