Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #pr-challenge, 2016-10-15

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20:41 kivanc not exactly related to pr-challenge, but I've created a patch for a module's failing tests but I can't reach the author. His email on CPAN bounced back. Any ideas? https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Bug/Display.html?id=95262
22:49 itcharlie_linux kivanc:  would you consider trying to co-maintain the module?
22:50 itcharlie_linux looking at the testers page I see alot of failures. maybe a good idea to be a co maintainer?  ( just my thought but feel free to get an opinion from another expert.)
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23:54 ether kivanc: you can send an email to the module-authors list asking for help tracking down the author
23:54 ether then after a few months and documented attempts to find him, you can ask the PAUSE admins to take over the module
23:54 ether assuming you want to take over, that is

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