* Dave Cross ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 09:42:20PM +0100, Leon Brocard ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) 
> > Greg McCarroll sent the following bits through the ether:
> > 
> > > It is a very alpha-ish cgi script that simply compiles a 
> > > Leader Board of known London.pm people
> > 
> > The modules list is a bit out of date in this case (I'm at eight)...
> And, of course, not all modules on CPAN are in the module list 
> (see, for example, Symbol::Approx::Sub).

hmmm, somehow that strengthens the argument for using the module
list ;-)

however if someone can suggest a better way to evaluate the CPAN
contributions I'm all ears. I like the modlist, because theoretically
its things that have went through some form of QA[1][2] and become part
of the proper CPAN set.


[1] or KA [3]
[2] albeit limited [3]
[3] as someone once told me - Pratchett has a lot to answer for when
    it comes to footnotes (paraphrased)

Greg McCarroll                      

Reply via email to