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>>>>> "David" == David Rush <email@example.com> writes: David> Alex Shinn <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: >> >>>>> "MJ" == MJ Ray <email@example.com> writes: MJ> How are you defining success? To me, CPAN tends to look rather MJ> like the librarians were asleep while stock intake occurred. If MJ> we can avoid that problem, we will have done well. >> >> Success in managing 3584 module names, and having those names >> mostly make sense and be easy to use. David> Err... sensibility of the names and usability of the code are David> orthogonal issues, aren't they? Sorry, that was ambiguous... I meant usability of the names. I did add right afterwards that I made no claims about the quality of the code :) A name could make sense but not be very "usable," if it were hard to remember or just overly long. -- Alex