If the documentation is not clear to you and you feel like you have something to add, then by all means do not try to "do it better your self". Instead try to "do it better together" with the author, by submitting a patch on the CPAN RT site for the module or at its git repo which is even easier. Just go to the repository, edit the file to include your documentation changes, and save it. A patch will be automatically generated and sent to the author.
This is how we all grow and benefit together. The Perl community thrives on the CPAN and the CPAN thrives on the contributions, great and small, of all of us. Sharing is caring!
A mistake can be valuable or costly, depending on how faithfully you pursue correction
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