Module::Manifest::Skip should have been installed with Module::Package.
From the documentation for Module::Manifest::Skip :
"CPAN module authors use a MANIFEST.SKIP file to exclude certain well known files from getting put into a generated MANIFEST file, which would cause them to go into the final distribution package."
"Module::Manifest::Skip can create or update a MANIFEST.SKIP file for you...."
"This module ships with a share file called share/MANIFEST.SKIP. This is the basis for all new MANIFEST.SKIP files."
I've never packaged a Module before, but hopefully this should set you on the right track.
The Module's CPAN page
has a dependency listing and contact info.
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