If anyone else would like to do some translating, patches are always welcome.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Thanks to the efforts of Lars DieckowMoose website has already gotten a ton of nice SEO and accessibility improvements, but now we have our first official translation into German. So I would like to announce the launch of http://moose.perl.org/de.daxim) the new
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
I released a new version of the Moose website earlier this week. It retains much of the old content, but is now a multi-page site with much more room to grow. In the coming months I hope to also better organize the content and make this site into a go-to resource for all things Moose.
And in the spirit of the keeping Moose a community driven project, I have made the code that generates the Moose site available via git (the instructions for this are in the original mailing list announcement). We have already gotten several commits to improve our markup and CSS (daxim++) as well as making the "Organizations that use Moose" linkable (jhannah++).