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I recently spoke about the future of Perl at The Perl and Raku Conference. The slides are now available.

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The video has been posted as well:

Correction

In the video I mentioned specifically learn.perl.org and assumed that it had no active ownership. I’ve now learned that *.perl.org is the property of the Perl NOC, who have owned and maintained these domains for decades. So, I’d like to thank them for their stewardship. Given this information, I’d like to retract my wish to fold these properties into perl.com. I do still think that learn.perl.org could use some updated information. Perhaps a learning section could be added to perl.com instead? It’s something to think about.