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Perl QA Hackathon 2015 report

tl;dr: I led hours of "consensus discussions" about toolchain governance, the Test::Builder roadmap, PAUSE policies and responsible authoring practices. I fixed bugs and applied patches for CPAN.pm, CPAN indexing and CPAN META tools. I experimented with indexing META files to generate deep reverse-dependency graphs. I concluded I need to invent Metabase 3.0. Why I love […]

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Perl QA Hackathon 2014 Report

tl;dr → At the 2014 Perl QA hackathon in Lyon, I worked on PAUSE, Module::Metadata, version number semantics, Test::Harness, CPAN.pm, CPAN::Reporter, Dist::Zilla and more. Why do I love the QA hackathon? As I mentioned in my TPF grant application, the QA hackathon allows me to work in a concentrated way for several days on parts […]

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Dist::Zilla ♥ encoding

Last weekend I went to a Dist::Zilla "micro-hackathon" at Ricardo Signes' house. This is something we've done before, setting aside some focused time to tackle something tough. This time, we set out to fix the leaky encoding handling in Dist::Zilla and Ricardo explains the result well in his blog. But what about Plugins? I'm really […]

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