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Old 11-19-2007, 05:04 PM
Thorsten Leemhuis
 
Default EPEL report week 46 2007

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/Reports/Week46

= Weekly EPEL Summary =

Week 46/2007

== Most important happenings ==

* [:RobMyers: Rob Myers] (_blah_) is working towards getting all
bugzilla deps into EPEL, which resulted in a huge number of new perl
packages in EPEL5-testing during the past week. Thx for your great work
Rob, it's much appreciated!

== Mailing list ==

=== Noteworthy discussions ===

Nothing earth-shaking.

== Meeting ==

=== Next Meeting ===

20071107 at '18:00 UTC' in #fedora-meeting.

Please note that it's 18:00 UTC now again after the DST switch, so the
effective meeting time should stay the same for everyone! And a second
reminder: we currently meet only every second week (the ones with a odd
week number)!

=== Last weeks meeting ===

Was a week with an even number, thus no meeting.

== Stats ==

=== General ===

Number of EPEL Contributors: 141

We welcome 1 new contributors: nbecker

=== EPEL 5 ===

Number of source packages: 800

Number of binary packages: 1497

There are 61 new Packages:

* catdoc | A program which converts Microsoft office files to plain text
* dblatex | DocBook to LaTeX/ConTeXt Publishing
* perl-AppConfig | Perl module for reading configuration files
* perl-B-Keywords | Lists of reserved barewords and symbol names
* perl-Class-Inspector | Get information about a class and its structure
* perl-Config-Tiny | Perl module for reading and writing .ini style
configuration files
* perl-Data-OptList | Parse and validate simple name/value option pairs
* perl-Devel-Cycle | Find memory cycles in objects
* perl-Email-Address | RFC 2822 Address Parsing and Creation
* perl-Email-MessageID | Generate world unique message-ids
* perl-Email-MIME-Attachment-Stripper | Strip the attachments from a
mail message
* perl-Email-MIME-ContentType | Parse a MIME Content-Type Header
* perl-Email-MIME | Easy MIME message parsing
* perl-Email-MIME-Encodings | Unified interface to MIME encoding and
decoding
* perl-Email-MIME-Modifier | Modify Email::MIME Objects Easily
* perl-Email-Simple | Simple parsing of RFC2822 message format and headers
* perl-File-Find-Rule | Perl module implementing an alternative
interface to File::Find
* perl-File-HomeDir | Get the home directory for yourself or other users
* perl-File-Remove | Convenience module for removing files and directories
* perl-File-Which | Portable implementation of the 'which' utility
* perl-Font-AFM | Perl interface to Adobe Font Metrics files
* perl-FreezeThaw | Convert Perl structures to strings and back
* perl-GDGraph3d | 3D graph generation package for Perl
* perl-Hook-LexWrap | Lexically scoped subroutine wrappers
* perl-HTML-Format | HTML formatter modules
* perl-Image-Base | Base class for loading, manipulating and saving
images in Perl
* perl-Image-Info | Image meta information extraction module for Perl
* perl-Image-Size | Determine the size of images in several common
formats in Perl
* perl-Image-Xbm | Load, create, manipulate and save xbm image files in
Perl
* perl-Image-Xpm | Load, create, manipulate and save xpm image files in
Perl
* perl-List-MoreUtils | Provide the stuff missing in List::Util
* perl-Mail-Transport-Dbx | Parse Outlook Express mailboxes
* perl-MLDBM | Store multi-level hash structure in single level tied hash
* perl-Module-Pluggable | Automatically give your module the ability to
have plugins
* perl-Number-Compare | Perl module for numeric comparisons
* perl-Package-Generator | Generate new packages quickly and easily
* perl-PadWalker | Play with other peoples' lexical variables
* perl-Params-Util | Simple standalone param-checking functions
* perl-Params-Validate | Params-Validate Perl module
* perl-Perl-Critic | Critique Perl source code for best-practices
* perl-Pod-Coverage | Checks if the documentation of a module is
comprehensive
* perl-Pod-Spell | A formatter for spellchecking Pod
* perl-PPI | Parse, Analyze and Manipulate Perl
* perl-Return-Value | Polymorphic Return Values
* perl-String-Format | Sprintf-like string formatting capabilities with
arbitrary format definitions
* perl-Sub-Exporter | Sophisticated exporter for custom-built routines
* perl-Sub-Install | Install subroutines into packages easily
* perl-Test-ClassAPI | Provides basic first-pass API testing for large
class trees
* perl-Test-Differences | Test strings and data structures and show
differences if not ok
* perl-Test-Manifest | Test case module for Perl
* perl-Test-Memory-Cycle | Check for memory leaks and circular memory
references
* perl-Test-Object | Thoroughly testing objects via registered handlers
* perl-Test-Perl-Critic | Use Perl::Critic in test programs
* perl-Test-Spelling | Check for spelling errors in POD files
* perl-Test-SubCalls | Track the number of times subs are called
* perl-Test-Taint | Tools to test taintedness
* perl-TeX-Hyphen | Hyphenate words using TeX's patterns
* perl-Text-Glob | Perl module to match globbing patterns against text
* perl-Time-Piece | Time objects from localtime and gmtime
* python-pp | Parallel execution of python on smp
* python-which | Small which replacement that can be used as a Python
module

=== EPEL 4 ===

Number of source packages: 443

Number of binary packages: 891

There are 1 new Packages:

* catdoc | A program which converts Microsoft office files to plain text

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Old 11-19-2007, 05:04 PM
Thorsten Leemhuis
 
Default EPEL report week 46 2007

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/Reports/Week46

= Weekly EPEL Summary =

Week 46/2007

== Most important happenings ==

* [:RobMyers: Rob Myers] (_blah_) is working towards getting all
bugzilla deps into EPEL, which resulted in a huge number of new perl
packages in EPEL5-testing during the past week. Thx for your great work
Rob, it's much appreciated!

== Mailing list ==

=== Noteworthy discussions ===

Nothing earth-shaking.

== Meeting ==

=== Next Meeting ===

20071107 at '18:00 UTC' in #fedora-meeting.

Please note that it's 18:00 UTC now again after the DST switch, so the
effective meeting time should stay the same for everyone! And a second
reminder: we currently meet only every second week (the ones with a odd
week number)!

=== Last weeks meeting ===

Was a week with an even number, thus no meeting.

== Stats ==

=== General ===

Number of EPEL Contributors: 141

We welcome 1 new contributors: nbecker

=== EPEL 5 ===

Number of source packages: 800

Number of binary packages: 1497

There are 61 new Packages:

* catdoc | A program which converts Microsoft office files to plain text
* dblatex | DocBook to LaTeX/ConTeXt Publishing
* perl-AppConfig | Perl module for reading configuration files
* perl-B-Keywords | Lists of reserved barewords and symbol names
* perl-Class-Inspector | Get information about a class and its structure
* perl-Config-Tiny | Perl module for reading and writing .ini style
configuration files
* perl-Data-OptList | Parse and validate simple name/value option pairs
* perl-Devel-Cycle | Find memory cycles in objects
* perl-Email-Address | RFC 2822 Address Parsing and Creation
* perl-Email-MessageID | Generate world unique message-ids
* perl-Email-MIME-Attachment-Stripper | Strip the attachments from a
mail message
* perl-Email-MIME-ContentType | Parse a MIME Content-Type Header
* perl-Email-MIME | Easy MIME message parsing
* perl-Email-MIME-Encodings | Unified interface to MIME encoding and
decoding
* perl-Email-MIME-Modifier | Modify Email::MIME Objects Easily
* perl-Email-Simple | Simple parsing of RFC2822 message format and headers
* perl-File-Find-Rule | Perl module implementing an alternative
interface to File::Find
* perl-File-HomeDir | Get the home directory for yourself or other users
* perl-File-Remove | Convenience module for removing files and directories
* perl-File-Which | Portable implementation of the 'which' utility
* perl-Font-AFM | Perl interface to Adobe Font Metrics files
* perl-FreezeThaw | Convert Perl structures to strings and back
* perl-GDGraph3d | 3D graph generation package for Perl
* perl-Hook-LexWrap | Lexically scoped subroutine wrappers
* perl-HTML-Format | HTML formatter modules
* perl-Image-Base | Base class for loading, manipulating and saving
images in Perl
* perl-Image-Info | Image meta information extraction module for Perl
* perl-Image-Size | Determine the size of images in several common
formats in Perl
* perl-Image-Xbm | Load, create, manipulate and save xbm image files in
Perl
* perl-Image-Xpm | Load, create, manipulate and save xpm image files in
Perl
* perl-List-MoreUtils | Provide the stuff missing in List::Util
* perl-Mail-Transport-Dbx | Parse Outlook Express mailboxes
* perl-MLDBM | Store multi-level hash structure in single level tied hash
* perl-Module-Pluggable | Automatically give your module the ability to
have plugins
* perl-Number-Compare | Perl module for numeric comparisons
* perl-Package-Generator | Generate new packages quickly and easily
* perl-PadWalker | Play with other peoples' lexical variables
* perl-Params-Util | Simple standalone param-checking functions
* perl-Params-Validate | Params-Validate Perl module
* perl-Perl-Critic | Critique Perl source code for best-practices
* perl-Pod-Coverage | Checks if the documentation of a module is
comprehensive
* perl-Pod-Spell | A formatter for spellchecking Pod
* perl-PPI | Parse, Analyze and Manipulate Perl
* perl-Return-Value | Polymorphic Return Values
* perl-String-Format | Sprintf-like string formatting capabilities with
arbitrary format definitions
* perl-Sub-Exporter | Sophisticated exporter for custom-built routines
* perl-Sub-Install | Install subroutines into packages easily
* perl-Test-ClassAPI | Provides basic first-pass API testing for large
class trees
* perl-Test-Differences | Test strings and data structures and show
differences if not ok
* perl-Test-Manifest | Test case module for Perl
* perl-Test-Memory-Cycle | Check for memory leaks and circular memory
references
* perl-Test-Object | Thoroughly testing objects via registered handlers
* perl-Test-Perl-Critic | Use Perl::Critic in test programs
* perl-Test-Spelling | Check for spelling errors in POD files
* perl-Test-SubCalls | Track the number of times subs are called
* perl-Test-Taint | Tools to test taintedness
* perl-TeX-Hyphen | Hyphenate words using TeX's patterns
* perl-Text-Glob | Perl module to match globbing patterns against text
* perl-Time-Piece | Time objects from localtime and gmtime
* python-pp | Parallel execution of python on smp
* python-which | Small which replacement that can be used as a Python
module

=== EPEL 4 ===

Number of source packages: 443

Number of binary packages: 891

There are 1 new Packages:

* catdoc | A program which converts Microsoft office files to plain text

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