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= Chris Weyl =
 
= Chris Weyl =
  
<div class="messagebox" style="float: right; margin-left: 10px;">{{Perl SIG Member}}</div>
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<div class="messagebox" style="float: right; margin-left: 10px;">{{Perl SIG Member}}<br>__TOC__</div>
  
 
mailto:cweyl@alumni.drew.edu
 
mailto:cweyl@alumni.drew.edu
  
Sponsor, random packager, part of the rabble :)  I maintain a bunch of packages, most of them perl.  If you note something wrong/wanted/etc, please don't hesitate to send me an email or open a bug against the package.
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Sponsor, random packager, part of the rabble :)  I maintain a bunch of packages, most of them [[Perl]].  If you note something wrong/wanted/etc, please don't hesitate to send me an email or open a bug against the package.
  
Like what I'm doing?  Feel free to check out my [http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/3G2DQFPBA57L6/ref=wl_web/ Amazon wishlist]  :)
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Like what I'm doing?  Feel free to check out my [http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/3G2DQFPBA57L6/ref=wl_web/ Amazon wishlist]  ;)
  
== Pending Packaging ==
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== Perl Package Update Methodology ==
  
Packages I'm contemplating creating and submitting for review, when I find the timeFeel free to drop me a note if you'd rather ;)
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In general, I try to keep Rawhide and the current release ('''n''') tracking released versions on the CPANDeveloper versions (e.g. x.y_zz) are not usually built and released, even to Rawhide, unless there's a good reason for it.  The previous Fedora release ('''n-1''') is maintained at the same level as '''n''' until the '''n+1''' hits its alpha freeze, at which point updates are done as needed or requested.
  
CPAN modules:
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Whatever point we are in this process, please feel free to open a bug against any package asking for an update, if so desired.
* [http://cpan.uwinnipeg.ca/dist/SNMP-Info SNMP-Info]
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* POE/DBI distributions
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In specific:
* Music<code></code>Brainz::Client and ::Queries (the better to make a perl mkcue with)
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* POE::Component::Enc::Ogg, POE::Component::Enc::Flac, POE::Component::Enc::Mp3, POE::Component::CD::Detect, POE::Component::CD::Rip
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=== Rawhide ===
* php pear [http://pear.php.net/package/Spreadsheet_Excel_Writer Spreadsheet_Excel_Writer]
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Rawhide tracks the current CPAN releases.
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=== Current Fedora release ===
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The current Fedora release ('''n''') tracks the latest CPAN levels, unless there's a good reason not to, e.g. incompatible API change in a distribution.
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=== Prior Fedora release ===
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This will track '''n''' until such time as '''n+1''' hits Alpha. After that time, updates are issued either as needed or as requested.
  
Other:
 
* mediawiki-ldap patch
 
  
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Revision as of 01:53, 16 February 2009

Chris Weyl

mailto:cweyl@alumni.drew.edu

Sponsor, random packager, part of the rabble :) I maintain a bunch of packages, most of them Perl. If you note something wrong/wanted/etc, please don't hesitate to send me an email or open a bug against the package.

Like what I'm doing? Feel free to check out my Amazon wishlist ;)

Perl Package Update Methodology

In general, I try to keep Rawhide and the current release (n) tracking released versions on the CPAN. Developer versions (e.g. x.y_zz) are not usually built and released, even to Rawhide, unless there's a good reason for it. The previous Fedora release (n-1) is maintained at the same level as n until the n+1 hits its alpha freeze, at which point updates are done as needed or requested.

Whatever point we are in this process, please feel free to open a bug against any package asking for an update, if so desired.

In specific:

Rawhide

Rawhide tracks the current CPAN releases.

Current Fedora release

The current Fedora release (n) tracks the latest CPAN levels, unless there's a good reason not to, e.g. incompatible API change in a distribution.

Prior Fedora release

This will track n until such time as n+1 hits Alpha. After that time, updates are issued either as needed or as requested.