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Steve Hay via modules
February 23, 2021 13:53
Re: Failed: PAUSE indexer report SHAY/libapreq2-2.15.tar.gz
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Regarding the failed indexer job below, is it possible to get
permission to upload this new libapreq2 release? (Or more specifically
to get it indexed, since I see it has been uploaded here:

I have perms to upload mod_perl2 releases, but haven't done a
libapreq2 before. It appears I don't have the necessary perms for
this. (The PAUSE View Permissions page for libapreq2 says that the
special APML name has comaint, which I thought might confer perms to
me, but it obviously doesn't work like that!)

I offered to do this on behalf of Joe Orton, who put the release on
Apache servers (see but
he's never done CPAN uploads before. He confirmed he's happy for me to
do it on his behalf here:


On Tue, 23 Feb 2021 at 13:28, PAUSE <> wrote:
> The following report has been written by the PAUSE namespace indexer.
> Please contact if there are any open questions.
>   User: SHAY (Steve Hay)
>   Distribution file: libapreq2-2.15.tar.gz
>   Number of files: 312
>   *.pm files: 24
>   README: libapreq2-2.15/README
>   META-File: libapreq2-2.15/META.yml
>   META-Parser: Parse::CPAN::Meta 1.4414
>   META-driven index: yes
>   Timestamp of file: Tue Feb 23 13:26:47 2021 UTC
>   Time of this run: Tue Feb 23 13:28:39 2021 UTC
> This distribution name will only be indexed when uploaded by users with
> permission for the package libapreq2. Either someone else has ownership
> over that package name, or this is a brand new distribution and that
> package name was neither listed in the 'provides' field in the META file
> nor found inside the distribution's modules. Therefore, no modules will
> be indexed.
> Further details on the indexing attempt follow.
> Nothing in this distro has been
> indexed, because according to META.yml this
> package does not provide any modules.
> __END__

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