+The CPAN Module-Rank aims to be an automatically calculated metric for CPAN
+modules similar in purpose, but not in implementation to Google's
+L<PageRank,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PageRank>. When we say it's
+automatically calculated it does not mean the data it is based on was not
+generated by humans. Even Google relies on the mostly human-generated web to
+build its index, but like Google's search results the Module-Rank calculation
+for a given query will not require human intervention.
+=head2 Parameters for Discussion
+L<Not fully indicative,http://perl.plover.com/yak/12views/samples/notes.html#sl-9>, but still a useful parameter.
+=head3 Average activity over time. (How many releases and how frequently)
+=head3 CPANTS Kwalitee Score
+This is hard to determine. Sometimes a program break due to the assumptions of the development system. (Such as only Linux or only Mac OS X).
+=head3 Number of incoming references/dependecies in (WWW, CPAN, etc.)
+=head3 CPAN Ratings/Reviews.
+=head3 Author tagging/categorising/marking.
+=head3 User-contributed tagging/categorising/marking.
+=head3 Total number of reported bugs (both open and closed)
+The more bugs people have reported for a module, the it is indicative that people are using it. We shouldn't judge based on open bugs alone, because that will encourage people to keep them open.