Jun 212014
 

After adding more than 80 videos from 4 years of the London Perl Workshop, the Perl TV has now hosts more than 300 presentations.

The objective of Perl TV is to collect, tag, annotate, and distribute good, Perl-related videos.

There are two forms of tags: modules mentioned in the talk and generic tags. The videos are also grouped by sources, which are mostly events or Perl Monger groups.

Both the source code and the data of the site can be found in GitHub that makes it easy to contribute to the tagging.

  One Response to “Perl TV over 300 videos”

  1. I’m subscribed to the RSS feed. If I have one suggestion it would be to include the (approximate) length of the video, so I can decide if it is a ‘watch now’ thing, or ‘watch later’. Other than that, it’s great to see a site that aggregates some videos I would otherwise miss.

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