Over the years there have been several suggestions to create a mailing list to discuss the developments of the CPAN Testing tools. When it was first created, the original CPAN Testers mailing list didn't get too much traffic and it was fairly easy to follow a discussion. However, with thousands of reports now being produced daily, any discussion gets lost in the deluge without heavy filtering in place, and even there are false positives. Following a recent request, the perl.org crew have kindly set us up with a new mailing list for anyone who is interested in the toolsets, process and any such related discussions.
Please welcome the all new CPAN Testers Discuss mailing list. Sign up by sending an empty mail to cpan-testers-discuss-subscribe @ perl.org. Archives are available on the web, with more info available on the CPAN Testers Wiki.
Thanks to Robert and Ask for setting this up.
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