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You Are Invited To The Stratopan Beta

by jthalhammer (Friar)
on Apr 24, 2013 at 17:06 UTC ( #1030466=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Stratopan is a new service for hosting custom repositories of Perl modules in the cloud. Private beta trials will begin early this summer. If you'd like to participate in the trials, please stop by and leave us your email address. We'll contact you with all the details when the trials begin.

Stratopan will host both public and private repositories with any combination of proprietary and open source Perl modules. And Stratopan is built on Pinto, the open source tool for creating custom repository, so it has the same helpful tools for managing your application dependencies.

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Re: You Are Invited To The Stratopan Beta
by moritz (Cardinal) on Apr 24, 2013 at 19:27 UTC

    So, what does it actually do? After a few minutes of discussions with peers I've come to the tentative conclusion that it allows you to build CPAN-like module collections, including with custom versions.

    Is that right?

    In any case you should improve the wording. custom repositories of Perl modules is rather vague. My first thought was "github also allows me to host custom repositories, and sure I can put Perl modules in". In particular "repository" is a rather broad term; maybe you can find some more specific term?

      I'm guessing this is a pretty good description of what it actually does.
Re: You Are Invited To The Stratopan Beta
by Your Mother (Bishop) on Apr 24, 2013 at 18:19 UTC


    Private beta begins this summer. Will you be part of the revoluiton?

    s/(?<=revolu)it(?=on)/ti/; # :P

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