If you're looking for tests for RedisDB, give me a bit and I'll check it out. Years ago, I smoked both CPAN and what became perl 5.10 on Win32 (I'm vain so I checked and I'm still in the top 125 overall CPAN testers and top 25 for Windows) but quit when my reports started bouncing. I was told to hold off until the transition to CPAN Testers 2 was complete but by then apathy had set in...
PSA: No matter what platform you're on, submitting test reports is a really great way to passively contribute; anyone who'd like to at least try it out should take a look at the quick start guide in the CPAN Tester's wiki. If you have a few old boxes collecting dust, you could put them to work full time or try the less extreme alternative and submit tests for modules you install.
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