CrazyPPM repository, interested?
Recently I acquired a compiler for me win32 box, and I started compilin' all them packages I couldn't before.
ActiveState compiles only those packages their users request (the subscribers), and I usually couldn't get the latest and the greatest, sooo, tell me, would you be interested if I were to run a PPM repository?
Ya can drop me /tell's /msg's and I'd see if I can compile the stuff (I probably will), and I'll put it up.
I already made my first ppm and I have put it up at http://crazyinsomniac.perlmonk.org/perl/misc/DB_File-1.803.with.DB-4.0.14.tar.gz and ignatz tells me it installed ok, althought he hasn't yet tested it ... feel free to do that, lemme know what you think.
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