Mar 7, 2002, 5:19 AM
Post #2 of 3
Should I also register them at CPAN?
If you think they're good and usable for others, and you're willing to maintain/fix the code when you receive bug reports or other requests, then definitely yes.
And how can I do that?
First, you've got to apply for a CPAN user-ID. Once you got that, you can use PAUSE (the Perl Author's Upload SErver) to manage the contents of your CPAN directory. It's all explained [url=http://www.cpan.org/modules/04pause.html]here.
Can I also just post the link (so users still get redirected to my website)
You can specify an additional home page link at CPAN once you're registered.
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