[Dbix-class] Avé! Duci Novo, Similis Duci Seneci!*

2018-01-23 Thread Peter Rabbitson
Greetings, A short mini-update is in order, now that things are somewhat back to normal. There are couple super-pressing issues that call for an emergency maint release of the 0.0828xx. Namely to unblock the ability of DBD::SQLite to be released, and to fix intermittent issues within the

Re: [Dbix-class] Avé! Duci Novo, Similis Duci Seneci!*

2018-01-23 Thread Peter Rabbitson
On 01/23/2018 03:59 PM, John SJ Anderson wrote: - The github repository has been disconnected from the shadowcat hosted one, and for the time being will act as the "main repo" for upcoming work Could you please turn on issue submission (it seems to be disabled at the moment) I vastly

Re: [Dbix-class] Avé! Duci Novo, Similis Duci Seneci!*

2018-01-23 Thread John SJ Anderson
> - The github repository has been disconnected from the shadowcat hosted one, > and for the time being will act as the "main repo" for upcoming work Could you please turn on issue submission (it seems to be disabled at the moment) and update the repo description to indicate it’s no longer a

Re: [Dbix-class] Avé! Duci Novo, Similis Duci Seneci!*

2018-01-23 Thread Darren Duncan
On 2018-01-23 6:59 AM, John SJ Anderson wrote: - The github repository has been disconnected from the shadowcat hosted one, and for the time being will act as the "main repo" for upcoming work Could you please turn on issue submission (it seems to be disabled at the moment) and update the

Re: [Dbix-class] Avé! Duci Novo, Similis Duci Seneci!*

2018-01-23 Thread John SJ Anderson
> On 23Jan2018, at 10:07, Peter Rabbitson wrote: > > On 01/23/2018 03:59 PM, John SJ Anderson wrote: >>> - The github repository has been disconnected from the shadowcat hosted >>> one, and for the time being will act as the "main repo" for upcoming work >> Could you

Re: [Dbix-class] Avé! Duci Novo, Similis Duci Seneci!*

2018-01-23 Thread Karen Etheridge
On Tue, Jan 23, 2018 at 6:59 AM, John SJ Anderson wrote: > > Could you please turn on issue submission (it seems to be disabled at the > moment > ​) > ​Why? rt.cpan.org is better: 1. that's where all the existing bugs are, so to start creating new issues in a new location