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Hi All,
  My new module is now available on CPAN. Before I go much further to implement more features I'd like to ask the all knowing (you guys) what you think, and whether there are any serious changes I need to make to the way I'm doing things. Also suggestions as to what features you'd like to see next would be good.

Please bare in mind this is only version 0.05, I really just wanted to get something up at this point.

I've named the module Image::Mate

At the moment it allows you to create or load an image, change it's colour, draw lines, and save it. Sorry really not much at all. Next I'll be adding text capabilities, and some sort of distortion (putting together a more flexible captcha module than the ones I've found) and possible an adaptation of GD::Barcode (might need to create these from the current piece of software I'm working on).

So if you'll all lend me a bit of your advice that would be great :)

Lyle Hopkins
P.S. Before someone mentions the problems with the POD, I've already fixed it and it'll be looking right in the next version uploaded.

In reply to Comments and suggestions on new module by cosmicperl

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