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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • It's fine to email the top few every so often, but only *ever* email a given author *once*. The first email is enough to notify them of the existence of the service and I'd leave it up to them to follow it themselves afterwards.
    • And yet if the entire purpose of the service is to notify you of situations you may have missed because you weren't paying attention.

      Should we expect authors to be continuously monitoring the monitoring system?

      For typical monitoring systems like Nagios, the reverse is the normal situation.

      • Maybe a per-author RSS feed would be useful then. That way, my computer keeps an eye on it for me, and emails me any changes, but it's my choice to receive those emails so you won't get whining little gits calling you a spammer.