Spec URL: https://fnux.fedorapeople.org/pkg-reviews/perl-Archive-Cpio/perl-Archive-Cpio.spec
SRPM URL: https://fnux.fedorapeople.org/pkg-reviews/perl-Archive-Cpio/perl-Archive-Cpio-0.10-1.fc29.src.rpm
Description: Archive::Cpio provides a few functions to read and write cpio files.
Fedora Account System Username: fnux
The standalone and in-SRPM spec file differ. It's a only a white space change. I will use the standalone for this review.
Url and Source archive addresses are Ok.
Source0 archive (SHA-256: 246fb31669764e78336b2191134122e07c44f2d82dc4f37d552ab28f8668bed3) is original. Ok.
Summary is Ok.
TODO: Spell "Cpio" as "cpio" in the summary.
FATAL: The source code does not provide neither declare any license.
Upstream bug tracker knows that <https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=43597>. There is an answer from a person signed as <email@example.com>, but this is neither current PIXEL's address <https://metacpan.org/author/PIXEL> (<firstname.lastname@example.org>) who uploaded the archive to CPAN nor the code author listed in Makefile.PL (Pixel <email@example.com>).
I was able to find a CPAN author index from 2005 year <http://www.mit.edu/afs.new/athena/contrib/perl5/src/CPAN/sources/authors/01mailrc.txt.gz> that lists PIXEL as "Pascal Rigaux <firstname.lastname@example.org>". But I believe Fedora needs something more material. E.g. an explicit e-mail from <email@example.com> or any public statement signed as "Pascal Rigaux".