Rap3 is an identity management suite with a Web-based interface. It allows management of common enterprise elements like companies, organizational units, roles, applications, and users. Using its connectors, it can provision all or part of its contents to directory servers and other databases.
Net::SMPP is a Perl module that implements versions 3.4, 4.0, and 5.0 of the SMPP protocol for ESME and SMSC roles. SMPP is commonly used by clients and servers for sending SMS messages in mobile network. This module allows you to implement an SMS client, an SMS server, or even an SMS proxy. It supports all standard TLVs and some vendor specific TLVs as well.
Hook::LexWrap allows you to install a pre- or post-wrapper (or both) around an existing subroutine. Unlike other modules that provide this capacity (e.g. Hook::PreAndPost and Hook::WrapSub), Hook::LexWrap implements wrappers in such a way that the standard 'caller' function works correctly within the wrapped subroutine.
Pod::Manual is a module that gathers the pod of several Perl modules into a comprehensive manual. Its primary objective is to generate a document that can be printed, but it also allow to output the document into other formats (e.g., docbook). podmanual is a utility that uses Pod::Manual.
Catalyst::Authentication::Store::DBI is a Perl module that implements the Catalyst::Authentication API using Catalyst::Model::DBI. It uses DBI to allow applications to authenticate users against a database and it provides support for roles with Catalyst::Plugin::Authorization::Roles.
xtweet360 is a small Perl script to publish your Xbox status to Twitter automatically. The main reason for this is to avoid signing up to yet another Web service and giving them your password for Twitter. xtweet360 publishes your full playing status, including the level you're on if you choose, and has a link to your gamer profile. It's a Twitter authorized app, so it will say posted by xtweet360.