When is an extremely simple personal calendar program, aimed at the Unix geek who wants something minimalistic. It can keep track of things you need to do on particular dates. It's a very short and simple program, so you can easily tinker with it yourself. It doesn't depend on any libraries, so it's easy to install. You should be able to install it on any system where Perl is available, even if you don't have privileges for installing libraries. Its file format is a simple text file, which you can edit in your favorite editor.
pDonkeyS is Perl implementation of an eDonkey server. The main goal of the server is to provide framework for further eDonkey protocol exploration, but it could be useful in testing of client software, since the server can be configured to output very detailed debugging info about eDonkey traffic.
rackview is a tool for visualizing the layout of rack- mounted equipment. It can load data either from database tables or a flat file. It can be used to assist in planning and tracking hardware changes to racks in a data center, and to provide a host-oriented interface into other database tools. The core of rackview is implemented as a Perl module, which can be integrated into a variety of different tools. Sample command line and CGI scripts are included, which should be sufficient for basic needs.
Apache::App::Mercury is a customizable, extensible customer to customer store and forward messaging application for Apache mod_perl. It uses a relational database (accessed via DBI) to store and retrieve messages, and uses CGI.pm to display them in standard HTML. Its design closely resembles a MVC design pattern, and it handles all message box navigation, message composition, sending, replying, etc.