People often post module proposals to Perl forums and newsgroups. Usually these proposals will include working code. Occasionally the code will include something genuinely new or innovative or useful. Even when it doesn't it usually represents a significant effort by the author.
However, this effort or innovation or utility is generally ignored. Instead, the most frequent comment to a new module proposal is "I don't like the name of the module".
That isn't surprising. Often the author doesn't like the name of the module either. But having gone to the trouble of writing code, documentation, tests and putting together a distribution they deserve something more insightful than "I don't like the name of the module".
In order to avoid this debate and perhaps generate some useful comments it
is recommended that all new module proposals use the working title
Your::Momma. Then the dialog can proceed as follows:
Reviewer: I don't like the name of the module.