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This site tracks bugs in every distribution released through CPAN. All bug reports are publicly visible on this site.

Want to...

... find a distribution and browse its bugs?

This site lets you search for distributions by name or author. When you've found the distribution you're looking for, you can browse known bugs and report new bugs.

... report a bug in a module using web-interface?

Use Bitcard or OpenID account. Module authors can use PAUSE credentials.

... report a bug in a module using email?

To submit a bug report for a given distribution by email, send mail to bug-<distribution-name>@rt.cpan.org, where "<distribution-name>" is something like DBIx-SearchBuilder or Class-DBI or Acme-Current-Forever. Use search to find name of a distribution. Any mail you send will be publicly visible on the web.

... reply to an existing bug via email?

Send email to the distribution email address (see above) with a tag like the following somewhere in the Subject: [rt.cpan.org #NNNNN]. Replace NNNNN with the existing bug number.

... report a bug in perl itself?

To report bugs in perl itself, you're best off using the command-line 'perlbug' tool or rt.perl.org.

... manage bugs in your distributions?

To work with bugs, every module author with a PAUSE account can log into rt.cpan.org with their PAUSE userid and password. If you can't log in or distributions you maintain aren't listed, please write to rt-cpan-admin@bestpractical.com at your earliest convenience.

... know more about this service?

Read this document.

Enjoy,

Jesse Vincent
Best Practical Solutions, LLC