This policy is part of the Perl::Critic::Pulp
add-on. It asks you not to end a POD paragraph with a comma.
Some text, # bad, meant to be a full-stop?
Some more text.
Usually such a comma is meant to be a full-stop, or perhaps omitted at the
end of a SEE ALSO list
=head1 SEE ALSO
L<Bar>, # bad, meant to be omitted?
A paragraph before an =over or a verbatim block can end with a comma,
that being taken as introducing a quotation or example,
For example, # ok, introduce an example
Or one of, # ok, introduce an itemized list
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