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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Congrats to Dan, but let me when he breaks 125k and I need to pad my lead more. :-)

    -- dagolden

  • Just a heads up:

    Cross posted from the CPAN Testers Blog.

    The feed over there isn’t updating: the last posts from the front page do not show up.

  • I've been thinking a bit about how to take the CPAN Testers Statistics site up to the next level, as part of my general plan to implement "consciousness" for the CPAN (more on that later in the year).

    In particular, I think the CPAN Testers is a critical part of one of the main feedback loops.

    1. CPAN Testers locates problems and problem modules.
    2. The FAIL 100 prioritises those problems by level of impact.
    3. (An future list tracks and rewards the people that fix the problems)
    4. CPAN Testers validates the cor

  • BTW, your Uploads count on that first graph is wrong. It's set against a scale that it is completely irrelevant.

    You might want a separate graph for uploads...

    • That's partly why I started looking at new stats. There are several that are more applicable to the uploads, which is another reason to take them away from the reports graph.

      The ones I did for the talk, give quite a healthy look at CPAN generally, so I think it's worth promote that aspect too :)

  • Any chance of getting that per-tarball PASS/FAIL/NA/UNKNOWN total alternative SQLite database export? :)

    I'm up to integrating CPAN Testers for my CPANDB stuff, and I'd love to download something smaller than a 200meg every day.

    • It's currently working in the background at the moment. I just haven't had the time to ensure the data it produces is correct yet. I'll try and get some time this week to verify the results and get it publicised as soon as I can.