(OK, this only vaguely fits in 'seekers', but there's no 'volunteer help wanted' section :)
So far it appears that the work for the new Test::Harness is going really well. There are a couple of bumps, but nothing major we know of ... except VMS (and maybe z/OS). Abe Timmerman has been sending us test runs, but what we really need is for someone with access to VMS to either have the time to debug some of the issues or allow Andy Armstrong remote login access.
Right now it mainly looks like issues with the wait status and the fact that VMS doesn't fork (not a big deal for us, really). These things should be easy to fix, but doing so remotely isn't working.
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