- Arthur Bergman - for improving Perl threads maturity and adding threading support to POE (in cooperation with DynDNS.org and Stas Bekman).
- Daniel Grunblatt - for extending the Parrot JIT to emit an executable.
- Autrijus Tang - for adding pubkeys to CPAN.pm, Module::Build, and PAR. This work is now completed.
- Leopold Tötsch - for travel expenses to YAPC::EU to coordinate with core Parrot developers.
More details on the Second Quarter Grants.
- Daniel Grunblatt - to port the Parrot JIT to IA-64 and HPPA.
- Peter Sergeant - to aid development of RTF parsing modules.
- Autrijus Tang - develop an I18N framework for Slashcode. Autrijus will be presenting this work at YAPC::Taipei.
- Leopold Totsch - to rework the Parrot packfile code for multiple code segments.
- Larry Wall - for continuing contributions to Perl.
More details on the Third Quarter Grants.
- Damian Conway - to complete the Perl6::Rules module.
- Mark Jason Dominus - to work on a replacement for Perl's debugger and to complete his work on lexically scoped pragmas
More details on the Fourth Quarter Grants.
Fotango GrantsThrough the generosity of Fotango, the following two long-term grants have been funded.
- July 2003 - Arthur Bergman - Ponie (2 years)
Ponie is a bridge between Perl 5 and Perl 6. The Perl 5 interpreter will be rewritten to run on Parrot, the Perl 6 virtual machine. This will ensure the future of the millions of lines of Perl 5 code at thousands of companies around the world.
- December 2003 - Abhijit Menon-Sen (10 months)
A generalised instrumentation framework for the Perl programming language. Perl programmers everywhere will benefit from the enhanced reliability and accuracy of new profiling tools.