Perl Quality Assurance Projects
cpan-testers is a volunteer group of people, that test as many distributions uploaded to CPAN as possible, across many different platforms and version of Perl. CPAN Testers was started by Graham Barr and Chris Nandor.
For more information about CPAN Testers and how to become a tester, please visit the CPAN Testers Wiki or subscribe to the cpan-testers discussion mailinglist by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CPAN Testers Reports and CPAN Testers Statistics websites, along with several other supporting websites are available to search and analyse report results.
The "smokers" do smoke tests of the bleeding edge Perl on various platforms to help the developers spot new bugs as fast as possible.
Get involved by subscribing to the daily-build list by sending mail to email@example.com (Web archive. After subscribing you would probably like to get the smoke toolkit, see the README and smoke FAQ for information on that.