in reply to IO::BufferedSelect -does anybody use it / own it, Antal Novak?

To gain control/access to a moribund module, keep modules@ up to date on efforts to contact the author. They can alter the commit bits after sufficient effort has been made and time passed.

It looks like Antal's fallen off the grid in March of 2007, but here are some possible leads:

You could try to come up with another name for the code, and post the fixed version as a fork, but this should be avoided. A better approach would be to post a patched copy with an underscored version number (developer's copy). It won't show up by default in search.cpan results, but it will still be accessible and until you gain control it can be pointed to in RT tickets, annoCPAN, reviews, this node, etc.

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Re^2: IO::BufferedSelect -does anybody use it / own it, Antal Novak?
by Anonymous Monk on Feb 29, 2012 at 17:55 UTC
    Sorry I fell off the radar for a while. I'm back now :) I'll update the IO::BufferedSelect package shortly with a fix for that bug... --afn