Thank you for the action, all those who volunteered, and atoomic for the
prompt fixed release!


On Thu, Jan 16, 2020 at 6:05 PM Neil Bowers <> wrote:

> A number of people volunteered to take on TimeDate and address the
> breakage. Thank you to all who did.
> Given this distribution is fairly far up the CPAN River (more than 8700
> other CPAN distributions ultimately dependent on it), the PAUSE admins had
> a discussion on who was the best candidate, in terms of CPAN experience,
> the support they have, etc.
> As a result we selected Nicolas R (ATOOMIC). I have transferred first-come
> indexing permission on all packages in the distribution to ATOOMIC. Graham
> retains co-maint.
> This also points out that we could do with some kind of monitoring system,
> to spots sudden changes in CPAN test results (without a new release). In
> this case lots of people noticed that things started failing, but earlier
> warning in the right place would be useful.
> Thanks also to Graham for being happy to pass this on, and his work in
> getting it to this point.
> Neil

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