CPAN::WWW::Testers - The pre-2009 CPAN Testers website codebase
This distribution used to generate the CPAN Testers Reports website before 2009.
The CPAN Testers project was conceived back in May 1998 by Graham Barr and Chris Nandor as a way to provide multi-platform testing for modules uploaded to CPAN. Today there are over 20 million test reports and more than 100 testers regularly submitting reports each month, giving valuable feedback for users and authors alike.
The objective of the group is to test as many of the distributions available on CPAN as possible, on as many platforms as possible, with a variety of perl interpreters. The ultimate goal is to improve the portability of the distributions on CPAN, and provide good feedback to the authors.
This distribution used to create CPAN Testers website up until 2009. Leon Brocard was the original author and maintainer of this distribution, which Barbie took over in 2008. Following the complete redesign of the website, and associated sites, this distribution and the tools used were no longer required.
For the current set of releases for the CPAN Testers family of websites, please see:
* CPAN-Testers-WWW-Reports * CPAN-Testers-WWW-Statistics * CPAN-Testers-WWW-Wiki * CPAN-Testers-WWW-Blog
ADVANCED WARNING - ADVANCED WARNING - ADVANCED WARNING - ADVANCED WARNING
This distribution will soon be deleted from CPAN. It is no longer applicable for the building of the CPAN Testers websites, and no longer maintained.
CPAN-Testers-WWW-Reports - http://www.cpantesters.org
CPAN-Testers-WWW-Statistics - http://stats.cpantesters.org
CPAN-Testers-WWW-Wiki - http://wiki.cpantesters.org
CPAN-Testers-WWW-Blog - http://blog.cpantesters.org
Original author: Leon Brocard <email@example.com> 2002-2008 Current maintainer: Barbie <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2008-2012
Copyright (C) 2002-2008 Leon Brocard <email@example.com> Copyright (C) 2008-2012 Barbie <firstname.lastname@example.org> This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.