jacqui.caren at ntlworld.com
Wed Mar 1 13:38:01 GMT 2006
Andy Armstrong wrote:
> The problem with keeping the change to the minimum required in this
> case is that apart from a bit of boiler plate the module just
> implements a fairly simple algorithm - and it's the algorithm that
> doesn't scale. So most of it will have to change.
Which usually takes a while longer for an author to review :-)
It would be NICE if people replied saying thanks for your
patch, I will look at it in ~Feb and should get back to you
Marchish, but it almost never happens.
At least an email like that gives you a chance to send a
timely reminder, without hassling.
>> We currently have four such modules that have elicited negative of no
>> response from the author. We keep patches for all of them.
> Uh huh. Well I'll just keep working on it and if I get something
> decisively better I'll see what happens, thanks :)
I think this is who you are trying to contact?
He looks a bit like my Paul :-)
The good news is that he is uploading to cpan, so he has not
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