Juerd, why stop there?
Don't worry, I'll write some more :)
Why not take all the modules that you don't like and flame each author in turn.
Good idea, but that would be a lot of work. Please note that I did not flame in this review.
You could probably do, say, one a day.
No, I've got other things to do as well, you know.
Which author are you planning to flame in tomorrow's post?
I'm reviewing modules, not authors. Handy::Dandy was so full of (censored), that I couldn't refrain myself from flaming the author personally. I regret my actions and am moving on; I hope you will too. I don't know which module will be next. The author of Attribute::Default asked me to review that module, so you can expect a review soon. It's a rather large module, and I need to study on attributes before I *can* review it, so it might take some time.
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