MetaCPAN Welcomes Panopta as a Sponsor

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As you may know MetaCPAN as a project has no budget. We rarely solicit funds because we rarely need to pay for anything. This has allowed us to focus on the project itself rather than the administrative issues that arise whenever money changes hands. Because these relationships allow us the freedom to do what we need to do, we think it's important to thank our sponsors publicly. And with that introduction I'd like to thank Panopta, the latest sponsor in the MetaCPAN world. 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...

MetaCPAN Welcomes its Newest Sponsor: GitHub

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We’ve been doing a lot of work behind the scenes on MetaCPAN lately and we’ve come to the realization that we needed some private repository hosting. In the past, we’ve reached out to companies where we had contacts, and they’ve been happy to help. Last night, I wondered if anyone on Twitter would be able to help us out. That was at 11:17 PM EST. By 12:27 AM Johannes Plunien had forwarded my request to a real, live GitHubber and by 9:32 AM we had our Github-sponsored account. Read More...