The CPAN Testers Wiki
After several months of thinking about it, the CPAN Testers Wiki is finally launched. The site is the culmination of suggestions from David Centrell, Chris Williams, David Golden and myself to better provide an explanation of what CPAN Testers was and how to get involved. The Wiki is meant as a way for that to evolve, so that as tools and techniques improve, so can new users get involved a lot quicker, without first struggling to understand what they need to do or install before they can even start.
If you're a CPAN Tester, please take the time to take a look around the site and update anything you think might be important to include. The site will evolve over time, so although I've tried to include as much as I can to begin with, it is far from complete. Please free to contribute and help make the site a worthy resource for CPAN Testers.
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