I cleaned out all the dead links from the ports page, which is what we
went live with, but the content is WAY out of date, it is also not in
a easy to review format and a lot of it is just not useful or points
to very old versions of Perl and I have no way of knowing if that is
the latest/only version for an OS - or just out of date information.
I'm keeping a copy of the page as an archive so the information is not
lost, but have now basically started again:
http://leo.cuckoo.org/cpan/ports/ is a preview
I've broken out each OS into a separate TT file
https://github.com/perlorg/cpanorg/tree/master/src/ports/oses/ - this
was the best I could come up with, I want standard layout for some
stuff (versions / links) but with the ability to add free format HTML
for specific requirements.
The template for an OS is:
If there is an OS that is missing (remember I said I'd started again,
this means most of them are!) and you know the details please submit a
patch / email it to me.
I will be looking to go live with this sooner rather than later - and
going forward as people submit patches I'll keep updating it.
http://www.cpan.org/src/ is then next on my list to clean up, but
there are some technical limitations at the moment.