GoalsThe goals of the Cloud Perl project are
to bring together the community of people who use Perl for Cloud Computing to think of and implement better ways to use Perl for Cloud Computing to provide support for people who want to use Perl for Cloud Computing
Get InvolvedAnyone who is interested in following the discussion should sign up on the mailing lists. Please sign up on the Cloud Perl mailing list, regarding anything having to do with Cloud Computing in Perl. Please also sign up for any of the mailing lists devoted to specific Cloud Computing technologies. the Perl-AppEngine mailing list supports the Perl-AppEngine project to get Perl supported as a language on Google App Engine. Start discussing your ideas of how to move this project forward. Ideas can be floated on the mailing list. However, to make meaningful progress on an idea, it should be documented on the wiki. Discussion on the mailing list will be centered around updating those documented ideas. When ideas mature, they should definitely be documented on the wiki on this project site. Project Status2008-06-20 - This project is just starting up. Help us get the word out. Overview"Cloud Computing" has arisen as a powerful new computing paradigm (1). Many people are doing things in Perl that relate to this, and this project offers a place for people to discuss the topic and share knowledge.
If you are actively working in Cloud Computing with Perl (on any reasonable cloud computing platform, such as EC2, CloudDB, Hypertable, etc.) or are interested in it, please sign up for the cloud-perl mailing list.
(1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing - Definition of Cloud Computing (2) http://code.google.com/appengine/docs/whatisgoogleappengine.html - Google AppEngine (3) http://www.amazon.com/gp/browse.html?node=201590011 - Amazon EC3 service (4) http://cloudcomputing.qrimp.com/portal.aspx - Cloud Portal
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