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From:
Karen Etheridge
Date:
March 20, 2017 00:32
Subject:
Re: BBC testing from upriver downwards
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1. Compose a list of CPAN distros starting with those farthest up river,
i.e., distros that only depend on the perl 5 core.  Within that set of
distros I'd like to order them from most reverse dependencies to fewest.
Then go down river from there.

​David Golden has a script for generating the CPAN river heirarchy -- the
last run of this that I know of (at least, it's the data I've been working
off of) is at https://gist.github.com/xdg/af7a32c5b21d45a6b255. It lists
the distributions in their position on the CPAN river, and their top 5
users (reverse dependencies).  This would be a natural place to start
testing, and determining which branches of the river have blockages (the
first instance of a no-dot-in-INC issue).  David, can you generate a fresh
copy?​

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Karen Etheridge,
ether@cpan.org

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