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  • Unhelpful answer: if you personally write each email, and it's not automated, then I don't think of it as spam, because there's a built in scale limit.

    Helpful answer: CPAN Testers has a preferences website: [] I would suggest talking to Barbie about how you can hook into that and find author contact preferences. Since FAIL 100 is really CPAN Testers data weighted by a dependency graph, it would make sense to use the same set of contact preferences.

    Bonus: authors who complained historically before the preferences were set up had the contact bit switched off so you'll start off without annoying anyone.

    -- dagolden

    • And if I hardcoded in the scale limit to the automated system? (being, say, only 10 modules)