The use.perl RSS feed is messed up in some particular way that makes Google Reader unable to parse it (at least it was a few days ago).
I setup a Feedburner feed to parse it and output something cleaner:
As I slowly, very slowly, get out of the habit of making pipelines for my searches it's tremendously useful. Another habit I need to pick up to enjoy it even more is that ack has a proper regexp feature set. I realize grep does too, but I don't remember my owl book well enough to ever get much use out of them. Perl regexps on the other hand...
Anyway, if you haven't tried it before - go get it.
The svn repository and issue tracker is on google code. Or maybe Andy is using rt.cpan.org for bug tracking? I guess either will work... (?)
We setup a perl6-users mailing list.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe.
A few more details in my mail to the announce list.
We get a good share of odd emails to various addresses at perl.org.
I just replied to this gem sent to cpan@
we are a software reseller based in France (European HQ) and one of our UK customers is asking us for sourcing conditions for :
Qty 3 PERL (artistic license for downloadable product )
Could you please come back to me with following information :
-can we buy directly from you, or is there a distributor you can recommed?
-payment terms and conditions (knowing that credit card is not an option for us)
Please, send us your complete contact details.
Is there any information you find relevant for a first contact, please let me know.
Should the CPAN Ratings site support more languages than English (or engrish as it may be)?
EU search.cpan.org mirror; brand new!
read more in the noc log.
I've been pondering how to make the development as open to contributions as possible. More on that some other time...