I'd prefer something like Module::CPAN, Install::CPAN or Update::CPAN though I agree with your other reasoning (in later posts). As for CGI, well, how about Interface::CGI? *Grin*
Yes, that means I'd like to see the PPM module named Install::PPM (or whichever) instead too.
What I really would like to see is something like Module::Build get used. Like the guy says, what on earth is make doing in the install process? That is what usually causes me trouble when trouble does arise. (Nope. Haven't tried it. Just liked the idea. And it would be a good namespace to go under).
You have moved into a dark place.
It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.
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