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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I don't think that setting rules for other to participate on your projects is being elitist - you should keep the joy of working on them. As the "founder", IMHO you deserve any right to set the standards, either explicitly or - as in this case - implicitly.

  • I think a service like GitHub is pretty useful for module authors. In fact, I've often thought that a few tools that relate CPAN to github (or another similar one) could solve the occasional "svn (or other repository tool) for all CPAN modules or authors" plan that arises. I say go for it.
  • About 2 weeks ago, I started the process of moving all of the crap out of my basement and out into shared hosting world. I started with moving my local svn projects to GitHub.

    It's free. Someone else backs it up, and I don't have to worry about mine crashing. Win win. I happen to also like the GitHub interface better.

  • A lot of good developers use git, but I don't think using Git makes you a good developer.

    In my experience the good people submit patches no matter what source control I'm using.

    Still, I'm really enjoying git now that I've gotten over the hump of learning the basics. It took a little while to get used to, but that I'm easily managing several branches at the same time on some projects, I'm happy with git.

    I have a github_creator script [github.com] on Github. I make my repositories locally and set up github as a remote (no

  • I've just moved my modules over there. It works a treat.