Click here for Japanese.
Welcome to Kansai Perl Mongers' Homepage
We are a group of Perl users
who live in the Kansai area in Japan. We have regular events where
we have fun and talk about Perl and things that are (or are not)
related to Perl. If you happen to live in the Kansai area, you
are welcome to join us. Bookmark this page for easy access.
- 21 Mar 2000
- Added homepage in English. This is the page you are reading now.
- 19 Mar 2000
- We had our first seminar! Details (and pictures) are here.
- 7 Mar 2000
- Added the Perl Newsletter
(Japanese) and Whatsnew homepages to the links page
- 2 Mar 2000
- Added Kansai.pm Events page
- 3 Feb 2000
- AddedMailing list page
- 1 Feb 2000
- Started web site
Kansai.pm has regular offline meetings. We will announce next meeting on this page and on mailing list.
are non-profit groups of users of the Perl language,
organized by location. The members come together to discuss Perl
issues and exchange information and advice, mostly about
Perl Mongers is organized independently and separately from
other perl users groups. There are currently (as of February. 2,
2000) 210 PM groups internationally. More infomation about the
PM is available at http://www.pm.org/.
As usual, there is more than one way to do it (currently about two).
You can either join the online mail discussion (Mailing
list) or just come to the next scheduled event
(Information here) . If you come up with another way, tell us about it.
- Perl Home Page (
at O'Reilly & Associates)
- Tokyo Perl Mongers
- The user group in Tokyo, who are ahead of us :)
T-shirts and other Geek Stuff
- Consider getting some Perl Mongers T-shirts and other stuff from the link above
or here, at PerlMongers.org ,
as income from selling these items supports the PM web site.
- Perl Newsletter (Japanese)
- Free newlsetter edited by Kondo Yoshiyuki, the translator of 'Programming Perl' (the
Camel Book) into Japanese.
- WhatsNew Homepage
- WhatsNew is a small Perl tool started by mr. Kiyoka, a member of Kansai PM. WhatsNew
automatically tracks changes to your website and displays them on a What's new page.
November 6, 2000
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