On 22 Oct 2000 13:01:51 +0200, JVromans@squirrel.nl (Johan Vromans) said:
"Kurt D. Starsinic" <email@example.com> writes:
I agree that a module would be both feasible and useful.
However, it seems that getting a module registered is almost
impossible. I've been asking for registration of a particular module
for several months now, and I either get no answer at all, or a reply
from some of the modules moderators saying that it would be a good
idea -- and then nothing happens.
Yupp, I know, something's happening again these days... but:
"About PAUSE" also known as CPAN/modules/04pause.html says:
<p>And please do consult these archive before you post a module proposal.
The fulltext search capabilities of the archive should help you to
find similar suggestions and contact addresses. firstname.lastname@example.org is
low volume, so your search in the archive is quite targetted. The
module list maintainers themselves are mostly lurkers. You need not
wait for a response. Generally a lack of response can be taken as
acceptance of the module name being proposed. Note by KS: If you want
a quick response, be sure to ask if anybody actually reads the list.
This is guaranteed to produce at least ten responses in rapid
suggestion (none of which will respond to your proposal).</p>