[dancer-users] Help us write and publish the official PerlDancer Book!
hugues at max4mail.com
Sat Oct 31 09:38:24 GMT 2015
This is a very good idea - When I started to use Dancer, ( 2 years ago)
, a book or a cookbook could help me,
now I more confortable with dancer, but this is important to help all
new dancer users with structured book.
I add 100 Euro to you Kickstarter campain
Le 30/10/2015 18:34, Alexis Sukrieh a écrit :
> Dear fellow PerlDancer users, developers and friends.
> It's been a long time since we decided to start working on a book.
> Different attempts were made, by different core developers, and
> because of many reasons, we still don't have our official book finished.
> We have a big plan in mind. Writing a comprehensive book that will go
> from the very beginning of the project's philosophy to the deepest
> secrets of the framework. A book any PerlDancer fan would love to
> have. We know what needs to be written, but we need help.
> One of the main reason we don't have a book yet is the lack of time
> and focus, and the fact that hacking the code gets always a higher
> priority than focusing on a long-term brain-marathon such as writing a
> But. We want this book. You want this book. It HAS TO BE :)
> So during the Perl Dancer 2015 conference, we chatted a bit about
> that, and had an idea. What about making that project a real priority,
> and what about trying to raise some money to give us time, group
> efforts, and resources to print it?
> Well, we did that. We launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise some
> funds for buying us time and letting us print the book, it's here:
> Please. If you use PerlDancer at work, speak about it to your boss,
> and ask about the opportunity to support the project, you'll get a
> printed copy of the book in the end.
> If you use PerlDancer for personal use, consider supporting us even
> with a small contribution, 5 or 10 euros can make a difference if
> everyone in this list contributes.
> In the end, when this book will be real and printed it'll be a major
> asset for all of us, PerlDancer users, and it will help make the
> project shine even more.
> If you like Dancer, contribute, and spread the word, share this link
> everywhere! :)
> Let's do this.
> Alexis, for the core team.
> Alexis Sukrieh
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