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I see this module as useful, not really Acme, although it is funny, too.
The name could be better, (Moose::ObjectTiny::Migration?) but if you're migrating from Object::Tiny to Moose, this module is useful "in the middle" at least.
Might be fun but it also wastes the time of those not part of the humorous elite.
A not-quite-funny joke that belongs in Acme::.
This is one of the easiest ways to get the Moose seal of oo-guarantee right at the top of your code so it looks bright and shiny again.
(Bumped to three stars, as this has become a useful module for benchmarking Moose performance for a specific common use case when compared to alternative techniques)
Supreme demonstration of ironic naming.
This is quite possibly the first case of the bloated version of a module being created AFTER the ::Tiny module.
This module is perfect for when you want to use 7 megabytes of memory to create an accessor.
Hilarious social commentary on the absurd concept of second level namespace ownership. Nuff said.
Not ::Tiny at all and fails at being either practical or funny.
I calculated that I spent more than 38 seconds a week typing the words "Object::Tiny". Now I've switched over to Moose::Tiny, and saved about 3 seconds a week! Over the course of my life, that will end up adding about 3 hours of not typing to my life. Yay.
The metaclasses are nice too.