[northwestengland.pm] Fwd: [Dancer-users] Heroku Service for Perl

Hakim Cassimally hakim.cassimally at gmail.com
Fri Oct 22 08:45:37 GMT 2010

Just replied to Dancer ML about Oyster... (/via @larsen)


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From: Hakim Cassimally <hakim.cassimally at gmail.com>
Date: 22 October 2010 09:40
Subject: Re: [Dancer-users] Heroku Service for Perl
To: dancer-users at perldancer.org


We will be working on something very similar to this at the
northwestengland.pm hackday!

 * 20th November, at the Shadowcat offices in Lancaster, UK.
 * http://northwestengland.pm.org/meetings/023.html
 * http://xrl.us/oysterproject
 * http://www.slideshare.net/osfameron/oyster
 * pizza!  beer!  fun!

The initial target we were thinking of is for Catalyst support, but,
being a hackday, people will work on whatever itch they want to
scratch... and of course we'd be delighted for someone to work on
supporting Dancer (and other Plack applications)!

If you can't make it to Lancaster for the day, you can always join us
online:  irc.perl.org #northwestengland.pm, or ML at


On 22 October 2010 08:25, Stefano Rodighiero
<stefano.rodighiero at gmail.com> wrote:
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> From: Al Newkirk & Associates <we at ana.im>
> Date: Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 1:14 AM
> Subject: [Dancer-users] Heroku Service for Perl
> To: dancer-users at perldancer.org
> At kisSaaS.com, Naveed (ironcamel) and I (alnewkirk), have been
> talking about building a SaaS product like Heroku for Perl. For those
> of you not familiar with Heroku, it is a PaaS platform as a service
> product whereby users configure their service and then use git to
> deploy their application on "git push". Our question to the Dancer
> community is, how do you feel about such a service in general, what
> would you like to see and/or get out of a service like this, etc?
> Please respond with any ideas or thoughts you may have. Thanks.
> --Al
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