I'm going to have to start rereleasing some modules to swat that annoying CPANTs fly. I wasn't planning on it. I know that the quality of my modules is generally good, but after reading and commenting on the Perl QA list about CPANTs and Kwalitee, I realize that if there is a metric by which someone can judge my code, they will. It's easier for me to just make that a non-issue than to explain the (potential) error of their ways.
What's worse is me envisioning a job interview several years down the road where I hear the words "about this mediocre CPANTs rating you have".
Now to figure out the easiest way to fake out CPANTs regarding Acme::Code::Police's lack of strict.