When I try to access the http://datetime.perl.org/wiki/datetime/
website, I get:
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Service Temporarily Unavailable
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maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later.
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Can you check the web server, please?
I wanted to find if the website has any advices on programming
or on managing module releases. My present concern is
replacing the API keyword "iteration" with "precise"
in DateTime::Event::Sunrise. And I have at least one other
keyword change (altitude -> height)
The various steps would be:
1) silently accept both old and new keywords
2) accept both keywords, but emit a warning if the old keyword is used
3) accept only the new keyword.
My questions are:
-- how much time should pass between two steps?
-- in step 1, should the module emit a warning if both keywords
are used at the same time? (I think yes)
Another question is: which is the earliest Perl version
should we target? Dave wanted to target 5.005 or maybe 5.004,
but that was more or less 10 years ago, when the 5.8 version
was reigning supreme. But now, we have reached 5.18 and
5.14 is no longer officially supported.