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Not sure if this should be just redirected to the Janitors or if anyone even cares ... but:

The form at the bottom of the CPAN nodelet is aimed at 'http://search.cpan.org/search' which still gets one to the MCPAN site due to the external re-direct (as I understand it). However, there is constantly a warning in browsers like Google Chrome and Chromium about an insecure site being targeted from the secure site. Not a huge deal I guess, but I was wondering if it would be worth it to simply change that form to point to MCPAN directly. Again, not a huge deal, and I understand that it might be pretty low priority...

Thanks...

Addendum and Thanks!This item has been taken care of... Thanks much to the folk that maintain this site!

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In reply to CPAN nodelet - redirect to MCPAN :RESOLVED: by wjw

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