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  • I write you this way because mail seems to fail and your post on my blog is to old that a reply would be noticed by you.

    First thanks for attention. I really push it now for CPAN release but please notice that i have a little different viewpoint on some things.

    I really admire you skills to carry out loads of modules in high quality but please trust me GUI-User apps are different territory. I impeled myself the last 2 month and did nearly every day a nightly release. i cleaned up shitloads of nasty details and bugs, updated docs, rounded up features, because i believe that without a real good 0.4 release we don't get much far.

    Its also because i use it on daily and only if im satisfied with its progress i have motivation to work on. I have many many things to synchronize in my head. Even with name found (with help of a gifted girl driend of mine) and the new web site is online, there is even much pressure left: - the final switch to you install system, -cpan upload - the config dialog (last big important feature toward 0.4) - keep my user happy .. and so on all very important to me.

    But I try to synch that with my other stuff and if you forgive me, i forst want to test how it is to release something on CPAN with a minor update of Perl6::Bible which i took over from audrey long time ago. i just managed to day come around some troubles and install Module::Signature from a older ppm (sorry could'nt use vanilla) to start this effort.

    best
    herbert
    • Module::Signature is not necessary to release to CPAN.
      • im not that experienced but P6bible has a signature file. to generate the new sigs i thought i need Module::Sig.
        • It's not strictly needed for you to release with a signature file, even if Audrey does.

          This is especially so if you are in Windows, as the support for Module::Signature on Win32 is weak.