You can clone with
HTTPS or Subversion.
Merge branch 'master' into extra_files
Switch to 80 char width
- remove some old RCS headers
- remove old link rev="made
Add SITES.html/SITES-list.html dependency
Clean up HTML, TTify
Refactor pages (sorry all in one go!)
New files - direct from live CPAN as of today
Add 'CATCH' for SITE-list.html so page renders under 'make'
Switch from theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca to perldoc.perl.org for docs
Switch use.perl.org to blogs.perl.org
Update PPM link to one that works, even if not step by step guide
Remove dead 'old modules' links - just have backpan now
'website frosting' page on perl.org does not exist now
Clean up the jokey language - just too much to read otherwise - chang…
…e 100's to 1000's of developers
Bring the Perl 6 copy inline with dev.perl.org/perl6 and www.perl.org …
Someone may want to refactor further. But should do for now.
Remove reference to CSPAN and Ralph Nader
Hopefully people know how to use the internet now and we don't
need to educate them about URL's and typos.
The FAQ is big enough as it is without the need for extra points
Merge branch 'faq_html_cleanup'
Merge branch 'master' into faq_html_cleanup
A couple of HTML validation fixes
Remove some obsolete information from SITES.html
Replace <br> with <br /> and <hr> with <hr />
Major HTML tidy - format + cleanout <p> that arn't needed
Start on reformat of HTML so it is readable
Close P tags that have been left open
Start updating the 'how to mirror' entry
Merge remote branch 'ranguard/master'
Mention the mirrors.json file in the CPAN FAQ
Add mirrors.json to README as per http://log.perl.org/2011/02/cpan-mi…
delete registration template
Clarify the "new files" thing
fix typo in faq
Remove perl.com/CPAN references and related questions
(perl.com/CPAN has been redirecting to a perl.org hosted CPAN mirror for ages)
Remove more dead links
(probably should delete/retire this whole directory)
add some README files from the old .cpan/ directory