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TeeJay (2309)

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Journal of TeeJay (2309)

Thursday March 20, 2003
10:37 AM

New maintainer for GraphViz::DBI

[ #11125 ]
I have adopted the GraphViz::DBI module.

This afternoon Marcel changed the maintenance of the module over to me.

This is because he hasn't the time to work on it, and I have been integrating some of its code into Autodia and wish to merge some of the improvements back into the module

This brings my CPAN module count up to a measly 4. Hardly MJD, but a start.

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  • We consumers of CPAN modules thank you producers for your fine efforts.

    I must say, that I've never seen community code that, for the most part, is so well packaged, documented and coded than the treasures of CPAN. Sure, there is some crap out there, too, but it's pretty easy to sort out.

    I hope to be able to join the ranks of CPAN contributors some day. It's a high calling!

    Thanks!

    • One of the best ways of getting started with contributing is to give feedback

      There are many ways of giving feedback

      • Email the author
      • use rt.cpan.org
      • Email the appropriate mailing list

      All of these are appreciated.

      There are also some important guidelines on giving error reports

      • Give as much information as possible
        - what version of the module, which version of perl, which linux distro, what you did, etc
      • Try the latest version - it may have been fixed already
      • Check its not a mistake in your own
      --

      @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
      print reverse @JAPH;