[Israel.pm] CPAN::Forum tagging bounty
shlomif at iglu.org.il
Tue Oct 9 03:45:07 PDT 2007
On Wednesday 01 August 2007, Gabor Szabo wrote:
> You might know that I have added tagging capability to CPAN::Forum
> so users can add tags to any of the CPAN modules.
> The data is exported in several formats
> (see http://www.cpanforum.com/faq/#data )
> and can be used in search engines or other tools to help people locate
> CPAN modules.
> Unfortunately so far there was not much action and without several thousand
> tags it is not useful.
> So I am offering a bounty for tags.
> On the next Perl mongers meeting I'll hand out T-shirts to the top 3
> taggers who have created at least 200 tags on at least 50 modules. 
Eager to get the T-shirt, I have added 207 tags already. However, I presume
that the number of modules I tagged is less than 50. But how do I tell?
http://www.cpanforum.com/stats/ shows the number of tags, not the number of
http://www.cpanforum.com/tags/user/shlomif doesn't show the number of modules.
I hope it's not too late to get the T-shirt, and I'd like to be enlightened on
P.S: I initially thought that all I need to do was to add 200 tags, so now I'm
a bit disappointed, because I need to tag 50 modules. And I daresay tagging
is, while fun, kind-of time-consuming.
> The meeting is on 14th, I need a few days to prepare the T-shirts so
> the dead-line for adding the 200 tags is midnight on Wednesday 7th August.
> Once you have the 200 tags please send an e-mail to the mailing list
> with your user id on CPAN::Forum so everyone can see your tags.
> If people on the list think they are garbage you will have to improve them
> or you will not get the T-shirt.
> You also have to send a private e-mail to me with the size
> of the T-shirt you would like to get.
> Happy tagging
>  If you can't make it to the next meeting you can still get the T-shirt
> at a later time but you have to arrange meeting me.
>  By that time I have to add a view of all the tags of a single user.
> I hope I can do it by Sunday.
Shlomi Fish shlomif at iglu.org.il
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