Mar 202011
 

CPAN.org, which ran faithfully on FUNET since 1993, has had a long-awaited redesign since it moved its main mirror and website to Perl NOC. This is the start of a big a cleanup for the website on the primary CPAN repository to not only make it more visually appealing, but more useful to the Perl community. This moves gives the community much more control over the workings and relieves the long time CPAN Master Librarian, Jarkko Hietaniemi, a much deserved and long-accrued vacation.

If you’d like to participate, you can fork the cpanorg Github repository then send pull requests.

  2 Responses to “CPAN.org moves to Perl NOC, gets a facelift”

  1. Hi Leo

    Well done. Now, just fix the ‘Installing Perl Modules’ link…

    Cheers
    Ron

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