Parrot presentation notes


(James) #1

I went to hear Dan Sugalski give a presentation on Parrot internals to the
Phoenix Perl Mongers Group. Dan intended to record the audio and make an
MP3 available, but it didn’t quite work out. I took some notes, but they
are a bit sparse, since I had anticipated the existence of the audio
recording. :frowning:

The talk was very good, and I put up a page based on my notes and
recollections, at http://www.rubyxml.com/parrot/parrot_notes.html

Slides from Dan’s talk should be available on one of the Perl/Parrot sites
as well, soon.

Thanks to Dan for the presentation. It’s part of a fund raising effort on
behalf of the Perl Foundation, and even if you don’t use (or even like)
Perl, you might consider a contribution. Parrot offers some attractive
options for Ruby.

http://www.perl-foundation.org/index.cgi?page=donate

James


(Dan Sugalski) #2

They’re now online, at http://dev.perl.org/talks/ParrotInDetail2.pdf.

Ruby-related Parrot discussion’s probably best done on the Cardinal
list, at cardinal-dev@mail.freesoftware.fsf.org. Parrot-specific
discussion’s probably best done at perl6-internals@perl.org. (Yes, we
need to rename the list name :slight_smile:

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At 10:46 AM +0900 6/22/02, james@rubyxml.com wrote:

I went to hear Dan Sugalski give a presentation on Parrot internals to the
Phoenix Perl Mongers Group. Dan intended to record the audio and make an
MP3 available, but it didn’t quite work out. I took some notes, but they
are a bit sparse, since I had anticipated the existence of the audio
recording. :frowning:

The talk was very good, and I put up a page based on my notes and
recollections, at http://www.rubyxml.com/parrot/parrot_notes.html

Slides from Dan’s talk should be available on one of the Perl/Parrot sites
as well, soon.


Dan

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