Net::Whois::RIPE is an object-oriented Perl module that provides methods to query, retrieve, and update RIPE-157 formatted objects from whois servers that support this format. In particular, both the Asian and European Internet Registries (whois.ripe.net and whois.apnic.net) support this format.
AppWrap is a content management system for enterprises. It is built on a template engine that includes a framework for building SQL tables and allowing users to populate and maintain these tables. Reports using data from these tables can be easily created using another template. It is ideal for quickly Webifying Excel and Word files shared among workgroups and rapidly providing advanced data management and presentation capabilities. It is intended for managing mildly dynamic data without the labor of hand-coding and managing multiple CGI forms and templates, or the expense of CRM systems.
qpsmtpd is a flexible smtpd daemon written in Perl. Apart from the core SMTP features, all functionality is implemented in small "extension plugins" using the easy-to-use object oriented plugin API. qpsmtpd was originally written as a drop-in qmail-smtpd replacement, but now it also includes an smtp forward and a postfix "backend".
OpenPlugin is an architecture written in Perl which manages plugins for Web applications. It allows you to incorporate any number of plugins and drivers into your Web application. For example, the Log plugin has drivers for logging to STDERR, files, syslog, email, and so on. The Session plugin has drivers for storing sessions in files, databases, and the like. Changing drivers is easy; you just change the driver name in a config file. There are plugins which abstract Apache::Request and CGI.pm, allowing you to build applications that can work seamlessly under mod_perl or CGI. If you want to move your application from one environment to another, you can just change the driver being used in the config file.