It has been a few days, and we have (sort of) landed.
I shall call this year's Oslo.pm Perl 6 Patterns hackathon a success, judging by how the participants seemed to enjoy themselves during the hackathon, and the inspired blogging afterwards.
Salve (sjn) and Rune (krunen) have, on behalf of Oslo.pm, delivered to standards that I am a bit worried that guests now will come to expect ;), and although I did not have capacity to help with much, I am happy with how everything turned out, except for one thing:
Damian caught a cold, and was essentially out of the loop for most of the hackathon.
But he delivered a kick-ass talk on Thursday, and was very helpful and a very good resource before he somewhat reluctantly accepted the thrown towel.
I did not do much hacking this year myself, but I managed to revive some of my Perl 6 skills. I even fiddled a bit with the cookbook (dormant for three years or so, and therefore slightly out-of-date in some respects). I hope to contribute more to that piece of documentation in the coming months.
The bonus if I manage to work my way through it, is that I will be pretty much up to speed with the language. Win!
My thanks go to all the participants of the Hackathon, without you, Perl 6 would be much the poorer!