email@example.com (Randal L. Schwartz) writes:
>>>>>> "A" == A Pagaltzis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> A> Now my question is: should I put this on CPAN, or should I leave
> A> the space to an âofficialâ version? Or should I just post it
> A> here, maybe? If I put this on CPAN myself, what should I put in
> A> the AUTHOR and COPYRIGHT & LICENSE sections of the POD? There is
> A> so little code in there that the notion of authorship is a bit
> A> ridiculous either way, but I also copied several pages of POD
> A> that I can hardly claim authorship of.
> Well, if we create the SF archive, this can stay one or two distros.
> I'd actually like to see separate distros like:
I have added Aristotle (sf.net id: apag) as a developer with plenty of
liberal admin rights to the whole project - let me know if you need
more. I couldn't find Randal Schwartz in the sf.net user list and
someone has the name merlyn already.
Right now, it looks like Aristotle needs the privs more than Randal,
but as soon as I get his name, I will heap on lots of privs for him as
Yes, as soon as this PathInfo baby gets uploaded, I can de-Mason-ize a
site of mine with the greatest of ease :)
Carter's Compass: I know I'm on the right track when,
by deleting something, I'm adding functionality.
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