You may have written a useful module for your job or your own purpose. You may think it might be useful for others. However, you may worry about something like this:
PrePAN provides a place to discuss your modules.
There have been many problems on CPAN:
We'll be glad if PrePAN helps to improve the quality of CPAN for all of us.
CPAN provides some documents for those who want to contribute modules. You're supposed to have read them before uploading module to CPAN. You must read at least the documents below in advance.
Your duties, the basics, traps
We trust that you have read the perlmodinstall, perlmodlib, perlmodstyle, and perlnewmod manpages and that you regularly check out uploads to CPAN and that you have been watching CPAN activities for a while to have an impression of how things fit together. It usually boils down to (slogan shamelessly stolen and adapted from sudo(1)):
1. Think, better even talk before you upload
2. Respect the namespace of others
Notification is one of the good parts of modern websites. But it may be annoying if PrePAN always notifies you by, for example, e-mail, Twitter mention, or similar.
We currently provide only two forms of notification:
You can install the extension from Chrome Web Store.
We'll be glad if you implement ones for Firefox, Safari, etc.
Follow our Twitter account for the latest updates regarding PrePAN: @prepanorg
This is the best way to send feedback, discuss new ideas, and get involved more. Join #prepan on irc.perl.org.
You can also send feedback at GitHub issues page.