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This is a long-term project to write a comprehensive, book-like manual for POE. It's inspired in part by similar manuals for projects such as Moose::Manual. Some files are part of an attempt to write the "POE Book" that people have asked for. If cash motivates you, the Enlightened Perl Organisation has offered a £450 grant to complete this documentation. For more information, see http://www.enlightenedperl.org/grants/grants001.html Devin Austin was working on this grant, but he seems to have got busy with other things. Please contact the project if you're interested in taking over the grant work. To help, this repository recently aggregated external POE documentation, proto-documentation ideas, and links to additional resources. The project's scope and roadmap is evolving in TODO.otl, which is a plain-text outline that may be viewed and changed in any editor. The outline is actually in a format supported by Vim Outline. http://sites.google.com/site/vimoutlinerinfo/ version 0.3.4 or later might help. However, the project is looking for an outline format supported by more editors. Let us know if such a thing exists. Licensing A quick `grep -A4 -i copyright *` shows that most materials have no explicit copyright. The materials that are copyright, are done so from 2001-2011 under "the same terms as Perl itself". For compatibility, all future contributions must be made under the For compatibility, all new contributions must also be made under the same terms as Perl 5. The final product will be distributed with Dist::Zilla, using 'license = Perl_5'. Thank you for reading. I hope you'll help. -- Rocco Caputo