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Once upon a time many many moons ago <waving hand across sky> I used to belong to an email list that clued the recipient into what CPAN modules had been updated. At some point those emails stopped coming to me and I didn't notice because I had an email filter that obediently filed the emails away in a folder for me to read later.

I find myself once more in my career being the custodian of all things CPAN for my department and would like to start getting those emails so I can track the "latest and greatest" and update our local repository accordingly.

Having done numerous Google searches I can't seem to find where that email list lives or how to get back onto the list. Did the list go away? If not where do I sign up?

Hoping some Monk will have an answer...


Peter L. Berghold -- Unix Professional
Peter -at- Berghold -dot- Net; Blog: http://blog.berghold.net Warning: No political correctness allowed.

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