[dancer-users] The Perl Dancer website is now running on Dancer2

Shlomi Fish shlomif at shlomifish.org
Mon Jan 12 13:24:32 GMT 2015

Hi Gabor,

On Wed, 7 Jan 2015 19:08:50 +0200
Gabor Szabo <gabor at szabgab.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am happy to let you know that the code running http://perldancer.org/ has
> been
> upgraded to use Dancer2.

Nice! Thanks for your effort.

> In addition most of the site has been updated to link to Dancer2 (GitHub
> repo, documentation etc.)
> If you'd like to contribute to the web site, this is a great time for that.
> Source code can be found here:
> https://github.com/PerlDancer/perldancer-website
> Especially I'd like to see the Dancefloor updated with additional projects.
> I've started to work on in already. Now each entry in the dancefloor.yml
> can have a key called source: with a link to the source code of the
> application, and each entry can have a key called
> dancer: with the version number. Currently only "dancer: 2" is interesting
> and it means "this app is based on Dancer 2".
> Both of these keys are added to the Dancefloor entries as class-names. This
> will make it possible
> to filter that Dancefloor emphasizing the pen source applications that can
> be used for learning.
> So do you have other web-sites running on Dancer?
> Are there other open source applications written in Dancer?

I have https://metacpan.org/release/App-Notifier-Service .

> Please send your pull requests!

Where are the links to the open source apps using dancer on the site? I cannot
find it here - http://perldancer.org/dancefloor . Furthermore, the HTML <title>
element is not changed on that page and does not reflect its contents.

> Gabor


	Shlomi Fish

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