I don't have a strong preference but "infrastructrure" reminds me of
"infrastructure as a code" or something similar, which I suppose
doesn't match with what we actuallly have. I'd +1 for something that
keeps "QA" or "toolchain" or whatever that reminds us of CPAN or the
tools to install (or analyze or whatever we need to do before

2016-04-10 1:49 GMT+09:00 Sawyer X <xsawyerx@gmail.com>:
Merging the suggestions I saw so far:

Perl Annual Critical Infrastructure Summit.

A mouthful, and not a fun acronym.
On Sat, Apr 9, 2016 at 6:16 PM, Karen Etheridge wrote:
When I saw this thread title I thought it was going to be discussing the
"QA" part of it, and I thought "yeah, right on!".. I totally agree with
Neil's points about what we do not being a "hackathon" though.

..And I also like the idea of changing the QA bit to Infrastructure.

Perl Infrastructure <something> gets a vote from me.

On Sat, Apr 9, 2016 at 8:50 AM, Kent Fredric wrote:
On 10 April 2016 at 03:45, David Golden wrote:
Perl Toolchain Summit

Because "Toolchain" is not really a word that necessarily makes sense
outside Perl, you can use "Infrastructure" or even "Critical
Infrastructure" in its stead. ( I personally like Critical, its a
very spicy word, and accurately reflects the propensity of this sphere
of things to either go pear shaped or steal your SAN Cookies )

Also, depending on how many words you want to spend, throwing "Annual"
in there might help give some context to how frequently these things

The narrative you want to be carrying in your words is:

"Every year, we get all our brightest in one place and discuss and
work on the most pressing and important problems that affect the the
broadest number of concerns in the Perl+CPAN ecosystem"


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