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Note! This site is about Perl 6, the future version of Perl.
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This newsletter started on in March 2009 on my personal web site (szabgab.com) but as I am moving over all my Perl 6 related content to this new site, I am going to move the mailing list as well.

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History

Originally I set up the list on 11th March 2009. The first message and the first post was about Arrays with unique values

I was not sure how I'd like to call this newsletter. I started with Perl 6 code and then other ideas such as bread crumbs and bait came up. At one point I was even thinking about Gragger, as I opened the list on the day of Purim, but then my sister suggested treats and so we arrived to the expression Trick or treat.

I loved the idea but I thought in our case tricks are also treats so we should use and between the two words.

Anyway, tips would be also a good name but I did not want to call it Perl 6 Tips as there already was a good Perl Tips list focusing on Perl 5.


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Published on 2012-07-01



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