Recent changes to this wiki:

another two articles
modern perl updated
learnhowtoprogramperl needs a real editor to go over it to fix typos, and the code needs to be formatted sanely and oldisms removed
14-03-18@16:28:35 (@perigrin) because Moose doesn't support anything before 5.8
new version of rjbs' Moose talk
use an older link for Beginning Perl preview, since the newer one already has some "not participating" pages
update data on japanese tutorial
merge the entries for Learn Perl in about 2 hours 30 minutes
review of why learning perl 6th is not recommended
added a link to the page that will review learning perl 6th edition
fix a unicode char
made display of multiple types in a tutorial take up less space
cleaned away some unintended noise
changed the title of the new japanese tutorial to proper kanji
added a japanese perl tutorial
added a japanese perl tutorial
try to restrict width of the lang column
replaced dead link to web copy of beginning perl with link to archive.org
clarify previous comment
Mention the removal of CGI.pm from the Perl core
bump current perl version
force width of lang column
adding languages
changed date
site moved
should be Ikiwiki not IkiWiki
yaml strings may not contain ':'
added rjbs' Moose talk
normalized the entry for the rejected spanish tutorial
added the date of the rejection of programming perl
reviewed and rejected tutorialspoint
#perl-tutorial is not in use anymore, we just stick to #perl-faq (thanks rjc)
fixed typo: a quality -> the quality
littperl
added ovid's "beginning perl"
it's fine if the translation of the japanese title of "learn perl in 2.5 hours" is only in the desc
add date
another old CGI tutorial
Correct capitalisation and other issues.
Add missing comma
Rephrase the Ebook sentence.
Change "big number" to "large number".
"Big number" sounded wrong.
Correct a typo.
Remove a stray "th".
Added ISBN-13 to the books info
upgraded perltuts.com to the recommended category since it added a nice bit on strict+warnings
added vti's interactive perl tutorials
the perl column was meant to denote a minimum perl version you need for a tutorial in its entirety
change link to new location
Bump version, mention `&subroutine` syntax
switched the openid icons to locally hosted files
moved the openid javascript to the wiki data so it can be edited
typo correction
added comment about Ebook != PDF
shortened the introduction so it should fit into Google's site blurb
fixed a mistaken word in the description of prog perl 4th
Modern Perl is also available in print
Modern Perl book actualy covers up to 5.14
updated entry for Modern Perl now that the PDF is released
maybe switching the title tag to apostrophes will fix the frontpage
added some css to ensure that lists in pages are of readable width