I really like the output this produces, especially all the extras that go into it with mouseovers and everything. It's really pretty awesome. It's nice to have a web page you can point your managers to for measurable progress.
I'm spefically reviewing the documentation and utilities for becoming a Policy developer.
The documentation is clear and concise, and gets a budding Policy writer up to speed in short order.
Further, the testing utilities make adding additional test cases for policies under development are really cool too - the format of the /run tests takes a little getting used to - but once that's under your belt, the tests flow off your fingers faster than you could've manually only updated your test plan.
This is a horrible module. Some of the functions only work by coincidence - for instance array_merge() starts with my( @arr1, @arr2 ) = @_; and then attempts to iterate over @arr2. Guess what, there's nothing in @arr2 - because the arrays already got merged in the first line! The rest of the function is a no-op. The fact that the function exists at all demonstrates a severe lack of understanding of very basic concepts in Perl.
This module should be removed from CPAN.
This is silly. Top level package names that aren't exceptionally useful are bad enough, but to call it 'package' is stupifyingly idiotic.