Perl Beans is an implementation of the Java Beans framework in Perl. The implementation is not even close to being complete. While a number of class stubs have been provided, most of the interesting parts are still not functional. In particular, the entire event model is absent, along with the persistence mechanisms. However, over time there is a reasonable chance that the missing pieces will be filled in.
PerLDAP is a set of modules written in Perl and C that allow developers to leverage their existing Perl knowledge to easily access and manage LDAP-enabled directories. PerLDAP makes it very easy to search, add, delete, and modify directory entries. For example, Perl developers can easily build web applications to access information stored in a directory or create directory sync tools between directories and other services. PerLDAP is OpenSource, part of the Mozilla project.
perldbgui is a GUI for the standard Perl debugger. The GUI consists of two windows: one is a console window that's just like the regular perl debugger, the other is a source window that displays the executing source code. From the source window you can load other files, execute commonly used commands with buttons at the bottom, and execute almost any debugger command with keyboard shortcuts.
PET is a proxy server that works for HTTP (with caching), SSL, and FTP. PET supports extended ICP services (enhanced algorithms) and Cache Digests, both of which are compatible with Squid. It also includes an easy-to-use Web-based configuration interface for nearly all configuration parameters and statistics.
Petey is similar to fortune but with different content. It was originally written to be a small script for a web page of questionable content, but since then got turned into its own small application. The databases that petey comes with are completely replaceable/changeable/modifiable to enable the application to spit out customized output.