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From:
Rob Lauer
Date:
February 21, 2019 17:38
Subject:
Re: Amazon::S3
Message ID:
CANtdpaxUGXaSm1QaQUm5w=Z2qibg84SMWnqZF7w_6z8t=N5VXA@mail.gmail.com
Just checking on the status of this.  I understand Neil sent a ping to the
original maintainer.

Thanks

Rob Lauer (bigfoot)


On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 4:37 AM Rob Lauer <rlauer6@comcast.net> wrote:

> Hi modules@perl.org,
>
> I sent the email below a few days ago and have yet to hear back.  I am
> attaching several emails I have sent to the original author of the module
> over the last 3-4 years.  Crickets.  As recently as 2 years ago there have
> been folks wanting issues addressed in this module.  I would like to adopt
> this module.
>
> I know modules@perl.org may be busy but it is disconcerting to at least
> not get a confirmation that the email has been received and is pending
> consideration.  I was under the impression the Perl community was eager to
> have modules updated and fixed as authors do move on sometimes.
>
> Thanks for your consideration
>
> Rob Lauer (BIGFOOT)
>
>
> On Thu, Jan 24, 2019 at 4:02 PM Rob Lauer <rlauer6@comcast.net> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> More than a few year ago I attempted to contact the author (several
>> times) regarding this module.  Several bugs have been logged against it,
>> but there are no responses from the original authors.  I have some fixes I
>> can apply and have volunteered to adopt this module as it seems it is an
>> orphan.  It is an implementation of the older S3 protocol but still useful
>> for many.
>>
>> I offer once more to adopt this module.
>>
>> Rob Lauer (bigfoot)
>>
>

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