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The Perl QA Hackathon is still looking for Sponsors

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Last year I shared an article about how You Can Help MetaCPAN by Helping the QA Hackathon. A year later, you can still help MetaCPAN by helping the QA Hackathon. As one of the core MetaCPAN developers, I'm planning to attend this event next month. It's still the best chance that I get to sit down and focus on MetaCPAN. MetaCPAN has had the good fortune of having multiple interns working on code since the Hackathon last year and we've made a lot of headway, but there's a lot of heavy lifting which still needs to be done, particularly around how we use Elasticsearch. Read More...

MetaCPAN 2014 QA Hackathon Retrospective

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This was my second QA Hackathon, the first being 2012 in Paris. This year, I had a lot of good conversations with various people about MetaCPAN's role in the Perl ecosystem and I pushed a decent amount of code. A lot of it is waiting to be merged, but here's the gist of it. On the plane on the way over, I did a bunch of cleanup on the API. Mostly style changes, but it makes some of files easier on the eyes. Read More...

You Can Help MetaCPAN by Helping the QA Hackathon

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As I was spending some time updating the list of MetaCPAN sponsors, it occurred to me that we had not listed the QA Hackathon as one of our sponsors. I came to realize that this was a fairly significant omission since, if you run the numbers, the QA Hackathon is one of our biggest sponsors. The hackathon has sponsored a MetaCPAN hacker for 3 years now. 2011 (Amsterdam), 2012 (Paris) and 2014 (Lyon). Read More...