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I think you've mistaken me for someone else. I do everything I can to make it easier for people to contribute not only to my modules, but to other people's modules. I'm not sure where your hostility to me is coming from. I'm here to help anyone with what exists right now. When something better is available, I'll help with that, too.

I don't think the system is perfect, but I work with it to do the best I can and to help other people do what they need to do. Until someone implements something better, I'm going to keep trying to make what we have right now work, and to make it work as well as possible for everyone.

PAUSE certainly supports more than one person being able to give out permissions to a module. If you're having trouble with that, write to and one of us will help you if that's what you really want that. I've set that up for Parrot and even wrote their HOW-TO on how to use it. If you need that for your project, we can set that up. We can't fix any of the problems you don't report to us.

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In reply to Re^5: Losing faith in CPAN - unresponsive module authors (ownership--) by brian_d_foy
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