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Lightning talk



Four years ago I announced the CPAN Pull Request Challenge (PRC), where I would randomly assign a CPAN distribution to participants each month, and they'd have a month to do at least one pull request.

My goal was to see if we could fix bugs, resolve CPAN Testers fails, and generally fight CPAN bit rot, focussing on the up-river distributions.

I expected a dozen or so people to sign up, and that most of them would drop out before the summer.

As it turned out, a lot more than 10 people signed up, and some of them are still plugging away.

This will be a brief history of the PRC, with some reflection on what worked well, and what didn't. 

Attended by:
Saif Ahmed
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