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Do not conflict with 'random' module

gn3/random.py conflicts with Python's built-in 'random' module. This results in breakage such as

We should therefore gn3/random.py to something else. Assigning this to Fred since he created gn3/random.py

This is an interesting albeit weird failure though, since the module name is actually gn3.random and not simply random.

It should (ideally) not conflict, but here we are...

This should be fixed with

I renamed the module to "chancy" - hopefully it gives the developer an idea of what to expect in the module ????

(made with skribilo)