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Re: "Vanity Tagging" on CPAN?

by EdwardG (Vicar)
on Sep 16, 2004 at 10:15 UTC ( #391404=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to "Vanity Tagging" on CPAN?

'BUU' does mean something; it means you are associated with the module, even though it means little or nothing in terms of what the module actually does. I would suggest you reverse your idea and go with (if you are going to go at all):


Which I would interpret as "BUU's version of Net::IRC.


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Re^2: "Vanity Tagging" on CPAN?
by BUU (Prior) on Sep 16, 2004 at 10:32 UTC
    That sounds like a reasonable suggestion, my only problem with it is that it seems to imply that My module is either a subclass or part of or some how affiliated with Net::IRC, when in reality they have nothing at all in common (except for possibly connecting to IRC).
      If you're worried about subclassing considerations, how about something like Net::IRCTool::BotName? This creates a new level called 'IRCTool' for IRC Tools to use, and BotName is whatever you name your module (maybe Net::IRCTool::BUU). It also leaves the door open for other people to release other IRC Tool modules, without causing confusion that something like Net::IRC::Tool or Net::IRC::BUU would cause.
      $me = rand($hacker{perl});

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