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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I was amazed not to see any comments on this. So here goes - good work!

    I am considering trying out Google Code myself, for on of my CPAN modules, since it seems like a sensible resource to use.

    Nice to see Test::Builder following the good trends of structured opening utilizing publically available repositories.

    • Thanks!

      I have the odd minor grumble, but I'm happy with Google Code so far. Does What It Says On The Tin.

      I poked at Launchpad [launchpad.net], but didn't want the extra complexity of learning Bazaar and converting my SVN repo. I might give it a shot with another project.

      • A bunch of us are already on Github, and since you’re on p5p you’ll be learning git anyway if you haven’t already. Just saying. ;-) Github has a ton of neat features, including a social network component that’s actually useful.

        • My immediate reaction to Github is "where's the rest?" I go to, say, the Rails project [github.com] and get a pretty repository page. There's tabs for lots more repository info, and a wiki, and I like the little developer pictures... but how do I report a bug? Where do I download a release? Where's the mailing list? Where's the "hi, this is what this project is all about"? I understand there's some sort of Lighthouse and Campfire "integration" but it doesn't look very integrated.

          A little bit too repository-centric