The face of the CPAN
One of the things that people were emphasizing at YAPC::NA::2010 was the importance of marketing and framing Perl. Another thing we learned is that the CPAN is the "language" for our Perl "virtual machine."
If you were telling a novice Perl developer about the CPAN, which web site would you send them to?
Perform a Google search for "cpan" and notice that www.cpan.org is returned as the first result. Don't get me wrong, www.cpan.org is a great resource for developers. However, I don't think that it gives a very good first impression. perl.org/cpan.html seems to be an improvement, in my opinion.
What should the face of the CPAN be like?
No one wants to step on any toes. Is www.cpan.org "well volunteered" or "patches welcome" friendly?
Or would we be better off referring and linking to the other faces of the CPAN?