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Posted QA Hackathon 2014 and CPANTS to Kenichi Ishigaki
I mostly worked on CPANTS at the QA Hackathon in Lyon, as I did in the previous years.
As one of the significant topics of the hackathon was PAUSE permissions, I started to add PAUSE permissions handling to the CPANTS analyzer (thanks to Ricardo Signes), and introduced a "no_unauthorized_p…
Posted DBD::SQLite 1.41_07 to Kenichi Ishigaki
As the upstream released a new version of SQLite (184.108.40.206) and I was asked to include it in the next stable, I released yet anther release candidate: DBD::SQLite 1.41_07. There's no changes in Perl/XS, and all the bugs fixed in the stream should be obscure. I'm planning to release it as the next…
Posted Next DBD::SQLite to be released in early March to Kenichi Ishigaki
DBD::SQLite 1.41_06 is a release candidate of the next production release of DBD::SQLite. I'm planning to release it around the QA Hackathon in March if there's no blocking report. I suppose upgrading won't break your software, but please test it with 1.41_06 and post anything new you find to…
Posted DBD::SQLite 1.39 to Kenichi Ishigaki
It's been a year since DBD::SQLite team released the last stable version of DBD::SQLite (1.37). The team has added a few new features to retrieve database information, and applied a number of bug fixes thanks to the community, most notably the one to address an issue where bind_param didn't work…
Commented on New CPANTS Site
To Olivier: I know, and actually Module::CPANTS::Analyse used on the site is patched locally to suppress various warnings etc. Wait a bit more until I can tell all the significant show-stoppers are addressed....
Commented on New CPANTS Site
Sorry for the inconvenience. The site has been under maintenance and there's inconsistency right now. It will be fixed in about a day. Thank you for the report....
Posted New CPANTS Site to Kenichi Ishigaki
I've finally launched a new CPANTS website: http://cpants.cpanauthors.org/
Some of the new features follow:
Almost all the BackPAN distributions have also been analyzed.
You can s…
Commented on Announcing acme.cpanauthors.org and cpants.charsbar.org
Thank you for the heads-up. The Catalyst backend seems to have choked somehow. Restarted it, and it's fine now....
Posted Announcing acme.cpanauthors.org and cpants.charsbar.org to Kenichi Ishigaki
I'm happy to announce that I've launched a website for Acme::CPANAuthors modules. You can see which group is supposed to have the largest community, or have contributed to the CPAN most, or who is the most prolific author in a community or the author of the highest kwalitee. Of course these are…
Posted DBD::SQLite 1.34_01 and mod_perl to Kenichi Ishigaki
The DBD::SQLite team shipped a new developer release (version 1.34_01) with a patch by Mark Dootson. It should fix a long-standing "not an error" issue under the mod_perl/CentOS environment (reported and discussed in several tickets). I confirmed the bug was gone under the CentOS 5.5, but if you…
Posted perlnews bot renewal to Kenichi Ishigaki
I have recently replaced my perl news bot for IRC (#firstname.lastname@example.org) and Twitter (@perlnews) along with the server where it resides. Now it is powered by AnyEvent (it was a Plagger bot before), and its repository goes to github as well. If you find…
Posted Slides from my presentation at OSDC.TW 2011 to Kenichi Ishigaki
I gave a talk at OSDC.TW 2011 about PPM as yet another faster installer, and several modules I took over from Randy Kobes who passed away last year.
Compared to the transition from CPAN/CPANPLUS to App::cpanminus, PPM, which once used a remote API server but now downloads indices (summary)…
Posted random thoughts on YAPC::Asia to Kenichi Ishigaki
YAPC::Asia 2010 is over. Well, it actually ended more than two weeks ago. It was fabulous as a whole. Larry's keynote was quite interesting. Jesse's was fabulous in many ways (including that nico-nico-ish twitter stream). Miyagawa-san's was moving. This year we also had a special session where…
Olivier Mengué (dolmen) commented on
New CPANTS Site
The most important issue (at least for me) is that Module::CPANTS::Analyse has a bug (with a patch) that needs the maitainers attention.
domm commented on
New CPANTS Site
Thanks again for taking over! It was fun doing CPANTS for a while, but I just couldn't maintain it anymore. So I'm very happy that you and a few others have taken up the bat and continue they work!
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