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The time involved varies based on how busy it is. For me, the time from uploading to PAUSE to transfer too CPAN is usually quick---a matter of say a few minutes to a half hour. Once it has been thoroughly processed, you'll probably see it on CPAN, but it won't be downloadable for approximately one day, sometimes more. If your module isn't downloadable from CPAN after three days, you could get back on PAUSE and check its status.

One thing that you should definitely do before you release the modules to CPAN is to do a RFC: "Request for Comments" here at perlmonks. The RFC should be entered in the Meditations section. The response time is quick, and I'd suggest battening-down the hatches and don some battlegear though-:).

In reply to Re: PAUSE 2 CPAN transfer by Khen1950fx
in thread PAUSE 2 CPAN transfer by pirkil

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