I assume I misunderstand you
It is unfortunate that you have difficulty understanding your own words when they are quoted back to you. It is true that your phrasing was somewhat ambiguous (or worse) but I chose to quote more accurately over trying to "correct" it to what I believe you actually meant (that admins allow it to be seized rather than seizing it themselves).
I've deleted the rest of this reply that I was trying to compose as things were just going in circles. If you can't follow my point yet, then I'm convinced I won't be able to get you to follow it with another reply so I'll save everybody the time.
Meanwhile, it doesn't sound like the CPAN admins have yet removed their roadblocks that prevent jettero from contributing (though I can't now find the latest update that I read somewhere). Meanwhile, the majority of potential contributors to CPAN never make it beyond the "become a stalker" step to the point of bothering CPAN admins much less to the point of actually contributing, disappearing completely unnoticed.
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