[tpm] CPAN as a web service

J. Bobby Lopez jbl at jbldata.com
Thu Oct 7 13:48:28 PDT 2010

It would be great if this new search engine/statistics reporting engine
could be decentralized, and have this decentralization as part of it's core
design.  That way there would (hopefully) never be a situation where users
are dependant on a single instance of a service running under a single

On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 2:18 PM, Olaf Alders <olaf at vilerichard.com> wrote:

> On 2010-10-07, at 2:07 PM, Stuart Watt wrote:
> > On 10/7/2010 1:36 PM, Olaf Alders wrote:
> >> Excellent!  KinoSearch is something I really don't know anything about.
>  Phillip was also mentioning ElasticSearch, which is another project I'm
> clueless about, so there might be some interesting conversations about
> search in there.  Glad to have you on board.  :)
> > ElasticSearch looks cool - I'd be very happy to play with it. It looks
> like a valid next direction for the work I'm trying to do anyway.
> >
> > For me, some CPAN tester information integration, especially the
> per-platform breakdown, would also be ultracool - a lot of modules look good
> until you see how they fare on your platform.
> On that note, we were also thinking of using the GitHub API to track open
> bugs on modules hosted there.  I don't know of a way to get that info from
> RT, but a lot of authors look to be moving towards GitHub to manage issues
> anyway.
> Olaf
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