ORMesque is an object relational mapper for the Dancer framework that provides a database connection to the database of your choice and automatically creates objects and accessors for that database and its tables and columns. It uses the SQL::Abstract querying syntax, and can also be used as a standalone ORM. It is a great alternative when you don't have the time, need, or desire to learn DBIx::Class.
Morpheus is a Perl module that implements a configuration engine that completely separates config consumers from config providers. Consumers can obtain configuration values by using this module or the morph script. Configuration values are bound to various nodes in the global configuration tree, similar to a virtual file system. Consumers can ask for any node or for any subtree. Providers are plugins which can populate the configuration tree from any sources, such as local configuration files, configuration database, and the environment. The overall program configuration is merged together from all data provided by plugins.
Chipcard::CTAPI is a Perl module for accessing chipcard terminals based on the standardized CTAPI library. It provides not only the CTAPI functions but also a complete set of convenience methods for easy reading and writing of memory cards. Chipcard::CTAPI comes with a couple of demo applications, including a tool to create encrypted file systems with randomly-created passwords which are then stored on a memory card.
WebFetch is a set of Perl5 modules that can download ("fetch") news from other sites for inclusion in a web page, or export your news for other sites to fetch from you and display. It can import news from Freshmeat, Slashdot, LinuxToday, Yahoo Business News, CNN, CNET News.Com, Debian Project News and others. It can export to user-created channels at Netscape's MYnetscape portal. News from WebFetch sites can also be read by EHeadlines (developed separately) for display on an Enlightenment desktop. It can also be embedded into any Perl script to use the news for itself.