Maybe this should be a meditation? I've checked on CPAN
and discovered that maybe I didn't need to be worried about
reinventing the wheel, as no Dice (or Die) modules have been
Is it worth submitting this there? I'm not too clear on the how-to etc., but I can always RTFM on http://www.cpan.org, though other pointers gratefully received.
But the bigger question is should I? I'm not too worried
about replicating functionality in Dice::Dice because
it is so different a problem area it's looking at,
but would it be common practise to check with the author
of RPG::Dice (Syrkres) before submitting?
Update: Thanks Ovid, I've now read the FAQ and requested a PAUSE id! I think that when it comes to actually preparing a distribution a question or 2 to Perlmonks might be in order..
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