Still a little new to TU work :)
There are two packages, 'perl-rename' and 'prename'. Both provide the same software. 'prename' is out-of-date and orphaned, but IMO has a nicer name, and is much more well-known (votes). 'perl-rename' is lesser known, but maintained and up-to-date.
I'm thinking I should advise the 'perl-rename' maintainer to take over 'prename' with their PKGBUILD, and then delete 'perl-rename', does anyone not agree?
Thanks! -- Ranguvar
Are they really the same? One is a CPAN module while the other comes from Debian. If the Debian version is just an extract from a package which includes the CPAN module then I would agree as it is much more KISS to grab it directly from CPAN.