2015.02.01 in #184
Choroba's report for January
Choroba describes his efforts with Net::HTTP::Spore. Not everyone who got a dzil-based dist was happy, but Choroba didn't have any problem.
2015.02.19 in #187
Analysing CPAN Testers' Reports
For his February assignment, E decided to look into his dist's CPAN Testers failures. He describes his approach and how it led in his pull request. The comments on his post point out some other tools that can help this sort of investigation.
2015.05.17 in #199
How I didn't fix AnyEvent::ForkManager
Choroba describes his efforts to try and resolve some CPAN Testers failures for AnyEvent::ForkManager. Ultimately he was unsuccessful — maybe you can take a look and help him out?
2015.07.12 in #207
Test failures in File::LibMagic
E Choroba was assigned File::LibMagic for July, and decided to address the CPAN Testers fails.
2015.10.11 in #220
Last Minute: HTML::Element::Replacer
Mr E (Ok, so I'm a Scooby Doo fan) takes us through his end-of-the-month under-the-influence PR on HTML::Element::Replacer. Don't do this at home, kids (coding under the influence I mean, not the submitting of pull requests!).
2015.11.01 in #223
Net::SFTP::Foreign in taint mode
This month Mr E was looking into a tainting issue. He didn't quite get to the bottom of it, but describes what he did learn. Can you help him, so he gets to do another PR on his assigned dist?
2016.01.03 in #272
XML::CompactTree::XS Works Again
A walkthrough of a bugfix for XML::CompactTree::XS
2016.03.16 in #243
Regex /m modifier bug in Perl 5.8.8 and older
It always gives me a warm fuzzy feeling when a participant in the Pull Request Challenge fixes CPAN Testers failures. This involved changing a regular expression so it wouldn't tickle a bug in an old version of Perl.
2017.04.23 in #300
Collisions in Block Names in Jemplate
2017.05.13 in #303
Turning Hooks off in App::GitHooks
App::GitHooks is an extensible plugins system for git hooks. Now you can turn it off using an environment variable.
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