Results: diff v53 - v54
v53: 08/05/19 21:30 Wendy Van Dijk (‎woolfy‎)
v54: 09/05/19 13:34 Elizabeth Mattijsen (‎liz‎)
--- Results v53
+++ Results v54
@@ -93,6 +93,10 @@
    * Make pictures (e.g. [https://www.flickr.com/photos/wendyga/40739430963/in/album-72157708113286765/|group pictures]), and crop significant sections of sharp pictures, fill [https://www.flickr.com/photos/wendyga/sets/72157708113286765|a Flickr-album of the event].
    * Listen / chime in on discussions, be a good rubber ducky when other people explain stuff.
 
+=== [user:liz] ===
+    * provided skaji with some PR's for fixes in App::Mi6
+    * tried to upload a Perl 6 distribution in which the main file name was different from the main module name
+
 == Friday ==
 
 === [user:Tux] ===
@@ -151,6 +155,11 @@
     * Improve compatibility between `cpm install -L` and `cpanm -L`
         * [https://github.com/skaji/cpm/pull/147][]
 
+=== [user:liz] ===
+    * decided with skaji that he would take care of necessary changes to App::Mi6
+    * started working on an object interface on spesh log files
+    * rubberducked by nine about reproducible builds
+
 == Saturday ==
 
 === [user:Tux] ===
@@ -211,6 +220,10 @@
         * Background: Because we usually install all CPAN distributions at a certain directory, we cannot answer the question: "Which distribution does this module come from?". Additionally it makes reuse of distributions harder.
         * Toward cpm version 1.0: Keep each CPAN distributions separately.
 
+=== [ user:liz ]===
+    * continued working on an object interface on spesh log files
+    * rubberducked by nine about reproducible builds
+
 == Sunday ==
 
 === [user:Tux] ===
@@ -278,3 +291,7 @@
     * Started writing a CPAN module that will install tab completion for all popular perl CLI programs on all popular shells.
     * This tab completion project ( [https://github.com/complete-shell/complete-shell|CompleteShell] ) already exists and is the topic of my talk at TPC/NA/2019/Pittsburgh
 
+
+=== [user:liz]===
+    * continued working on an object interface on spesh log files
+    * Evolution of the PTS meeting, followed by a discussion on better Perl 6 integration in the PTS