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The human contact email is modules@perl.org, which about 5 people watch regularly. It's mentioned several times on the About PAUSE page, which also has a link to Andreas's email address. The Imprint page (required by law to show who's running the website) also has his email address. Additionally, you could have replied to the original message, which had the reply-to set to modules@perl.org. If you didn't like that, you might have replied to Adam Kennedy when he commented on your module name. You sent a message to the modules list about your module name, so you knew about that address. Besides that, you could have noticed any of the email addresses belonging to the people who fix things by browsing the archives for that list (which is the first Google hit for "modules@perl.org archive").

It looks like you didn't even try, and I'd like you to stop blaming PAUSE. As soon as I saw your Perlmonks post, I fixed your problem. I don't think there's anything more we could do to make it easy for you to contact us. You just have to try, and I don't see any evidence that you did that.

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