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I'm not sure where your hostility to me is coming from.

I disagreed, often stongly, with many of the points you made. I'm sorry you chose to interpret it as personal hostility. If you don't see where the strong disagreement is coming from, then point out those areas so I can try explaining them to you differently.

PAUSE certainly supports more than one person being able to give out permissions to a module.

Ah, well that is good news. As I was writing my reply I visited PAUSE and was offered the following choices:

  • 2.1 Pass primary maintainership status to somebody else (giving it up at the same time)
  • 2.2 Give up primary maintainership status (without transfering it)
  • 3.1 Make somebody else co-maintainer
  • 3.2 Remove co-maintainer
  • 4.1 Give up co-maintainership status

And 2.1 certainly quite strongly implies that I can't arrange for two people to have the power to give out co-maintainer status. So is this just a matter of more red tape? I have to make a personal appeal each time I want to do this?

If you need that for your project, we can set that up.

No, thanks. I've just about got my work-around set up already.

We can't fix any of the problems you don't report to us.

Please see my recent description of many problems. It is the thing you interpretted as personal hostility. *shrug*

- tye        

In reply to Re^6: Losing faith in CPAN - unresponsive module authors (problems) by tye
in thread Losing faith in CPAN - unresponsive module authors by andreas1234567

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