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ShadowPAN: The shadow cast by CPAN

DPAN: DarkPAN without the connotation, and lexicographically sequential to CPAN

DeadPAN: How to write jokes about DarkPAN

BEDPAN: Before External Distribution for CPAN

HardPAN: Hackers And Recalcitrant Developers PAN

CAKEPAN: Comprehensive Authoritative Katalog Extension PAN

MarziPAN: MARtian Zone Interplanetary PAN

PizzaPAN: What's left over after a Perl Monger's meeting at my house.

OranguPAN: The crumbs left over after eating Cheetos while browsing CPAN.

PANPAN: 1000 Chimpanzees trying to duplicate CPAN on IBM PC Jrs. with the chicklet keyboards.

PeterPAN: Pre-Entry Testing and Error Review PAN

NappyPAN: Dirty Diaper area before release into CPAN

PANToMime: Not quite serious enough for CPAN release

OILPAN: Objects Ingesting Lubrication before release to CPAN

Now stop asking silly questions, and get back to work!

Quantum Mechanics: The dreams stuff is made of

In reply to Re: A better term than "DarkPAN"? by QM
in thread A better term than "DarkPAN"? by Cody Pendant

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